Crawford's Rover Biscuits - 1980s. Literally every workplace had at least one of these hanging around. Someone would bring in the biscuits for a special occasion, then the tin would be used for bits and bobs or collecting gift money or raffle tickets.
This is a must :) ♥ Create these DIY Wedding Tin Cans by attaching your doodle-work and happy sayings on Some wedding traditions were meant to never die. Empty tin cans and then using string or ribbon to tie it to your pick of transportation!
<p>Antoinette is a soft pale pink inspired by the decorative pieces and interiors of 18th Century France, when the finest red earths were mixed with white and used to make a clear, but dusky colours for walls.</p> <p>Available in 100ml small project pots and 1 litre tins.</p>
amazing yorkies - same measurements, add eggs to measuring jug and check where it measures to. Add flour & milk to the same line. Add a pinch of salt.Whisk for 2min, put in fridge, don't rewhisk. In oven at 220 for about 10min. Use lard in Yorkshire pudding tins to reach high temperature.
Providing the right plants in your garden is essential if you want to attract and support the widest variety of wildlife to your patch. Growing wild flowers from seed can be a little challenging but there are lots of things you can do to make it a little easier. Native wild flowers are an integral part
A classic kitchen colour due to the popularity of traditional copper pots & pans over the years, this shade is now being used in kitchen tiling and splashbacks to give an opulent feel. This tiling is perfect be combined with jewel toned or plain white kitchen cupboards and looks particularly extravagant mixed with intricate fretwork patterns for a chic Moroccan inspired look.
BIRDS MADE FROM RECYCLED METAL SCRAPS “Inspired by the forms of animals artist Barbara Franc seeks to capture a sense of motion as she recreates a variety of wildlife from birds to horses using reclaimed materials such as old food tins. Via her artist statement: I have always been fascinated by the shapes and sculptural forms of animals, they present a never-ending source of inspiration to me. I try to capture a feeling of their movement and presence in my sculpture. For this I use wire…
Pink, pungent, and often used. Originally a thick antiseptic ointment with a distinctive pink color and scented with oil of wintergreen that came in the pictured tin. Invented by cough mixture tycoon Sir William Henry Veno, in 1925.