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Altoid tin witches travel kit.

I always like to keep certain magical supplies on hand when I’m on the go, but I tend to put a vile in this pocket and a crystal in that pocket and I forget what is where.

Altoid tins make great organizers for when you’re out and about. I’ve also seen many people make travel altars with these for when they are away from home or if they are still in the broom closet.

This kit can be anything that you find is most important to have based in what you do. I’m a stickler for cleansing and protecting my surroundings. So my kit includes:

- Sea Salt
- Dragons Blood Salt
- Rosemary
- Smokey Quartz Crystal
- A wand (one that I made myself using fox bone, clear quartz point, and some tigers eye and fire agate beads)
- A Tea Light and some matches
- A striker for the matches glued to the lid
- Mini bowl made from epoxy clay
- Home made mini runes also made from epoxy clay.

What I love most about this tiny tin is that it can fit into a bag as small as a clutch or even your pocket and you’ll have everything you need.

So have fun and be creative with your kit.

The UX4: An Incredibly Versatile DIY Furniture Kit

The UX4 Kit by SWENYO is a set of four steel brackets that lets you turn 2x4s into endless variations of quality custom furniture ideal to make your furniture fit in any kind of space, no matter what size. I think this is a super interesting project by SWENYO to get your own design furniture for a good price. You can find much more info on this project on their Kickstarter page.

Materials:
-Paper bag
-Ruler and pencil
-Scissors
-Hot glue gun
-Clothes pins

Instructions:
1-) Mark 1.75 inch (4.45 cm) strips on bag and trim. You’ll need 19 strips (image 2),
2-) Fold each strip into thirds (img 3),
3-) Wrap 2 of the strips to create handle and clip with clothes pins (img 4),
4-) Weave 6x6 strips using hot glue to secure corners (img 5),
5-) Cut 2 strips in half and glue to ends to lengthen 3 strips (img 6),
6-) Fold strips to form edges of basket (img 7),
7-) Trim 2 center strips on 2 sides and attach the ends of each handle (img 8),
8-) Secure handles with hot glue (img 9),
9-) Weave 3 lengthened strips around basket (img 10),
10-) Trim ends and tuck up into top strip (img 12).