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Middle school teacher Joshua Zimmerman streamlines the Altoid-tin-turned-flashlight project with his relatively simple version, using a cute Altoid Smalls tin. He says he spent less than 4 bucks, took only 20-30 minutes to make it, and ingested 14 mints in the process. Looks like a fun project for both adults and kids.



  1. Dianne says:

    Brittany Lnu, just click on the green hot link (“Altoid-tin-turned-flashlight project”) below the pictures to find the “how to make it” site.
    Make a Great Day!