Sardine Tin Can Brooch by Robert Ebendorf.

There's something about the small scale format that entices people to get creative. Is it the restriction in size, the ability to create mini universes filled with hidden messages, or is it all about putting things in a box that has a lid on it?

I hope you will enjoy this collection of Mini Tin Can Universes. We are storytellers. Feel free to add images of your own tin universes in the comment segment.

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Marie Antoinette on Display at Versailles by fairydustedmermaids on Flickr

Circus Mayhem Altered Altoid Tin by RackyRoad on Etsy

Turkey Rodeo Altered Tin by fairydustedmermaids on Flickr

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Sometimes, when something is broken, we take it for granted and decide it doesn't serve its purpose anymore. It just will never be the same again. Even if it's fixed, we are overlooking the immense potential things can have. With this small series, I would like to invite you to think twice next time something (or someone) broken crosses your path.

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