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Altoids Pocket Game Chest - 11 Games on the Go
Board games are great. Whether you're sitting down to an intense game of Go, or a simple game of Tic-Tac-Toe, board games are a fun way to pass the time with friends and family. I love board games, so I wanted a game chest that I could fit in my pocket and carry with me wherever I went. I've always admired this excellent Altoids Tin Travel Games instructable from a few years ago, but never felt comfortable pasting the game boards directly to the tin, as t...
These Altoids Tin Crafts Are The Coolest Thing On Pinterest Since Mason Jars
5 Coolest Altoid Tin Crafts - Ways to Use Empty Altoid Tins - Play a Game of Mini Pool - Never-ending plane rides and lunch breaks just got 10 times more fun with this pocket-size game. Sure, assembling this requires a few extra supplies—plaster, aluminum wire, felt—but needless to say the seriously awesome result is worth the effort and time. Click through redbookmag.com for more creative ideas to recycle your old Altoid tins.
From Trash to Treasure: 15 Amazing Upcycled DIYs
In this upcycled DIY project from Amy of Maker Mama, an empty mint tin becomes a portable mini chalkboard for on-the-go Tic-Tac-Toe and other travel games. All it takes is a tiny tub of paint to transform the pocket-size metal container, which also happens to be the perfect shape for storing sticks of chalk.