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15/01/2012

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Lee Mills

Oooooh I LOVE this and guess what I just threw out in the garbage...derrrr....why didn't I look before I put the garbage out (hmmm by the way it was just collected too!)...ahh never mind we have a few more painting projects on the hop I am sure there will be another empty tin soon...I wonder do you know where to buy new ones???
Welcome back Wendy I missed you and your wonderful ideas!

wendy treseder

oh no! Lee! I hate it when that happens!
I was kicking myself when I realised I needed the box of system cards I'd thrown out only weeks ago, to make the Line a Day calendar. I had to go out and buy more. doh!
I guess the paint tin principal would work for any kind of cylindrical container, such as a milo tin.
I'm pretty sure you can purchase virgin paint tins at Bunnings, but haven't actually looked for them in years. I want to make another couple of tins myself, so I'll let you know if I find them.
Good to hear from you too xx

Paint stores

What % of retail price do wholesalers usually get? I want to sell my product to a chain of paint stores.?

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  • hello!
    Let's share some crafty goodness. From time to time I will post FREE instructions for fun projects that are perfectly sized for a few spare weekend hours. So keep dropping by, as you never know what you might find. If you are looking for instructions for a particular project you will find it listed in the recent posts section below, or you can use the search box. This is a happy place where we can share our mutual love of craft, so please don't be shy and let me know what you think. Your comments, questions and project requests are most welcome. Happy Crafting! Wendle x
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