Custom cut to fit inside an Altoid's tin (well.. the blank ones we carry; an actual Altoid's tin is a hair wider than our blank ones).
Instructions: You have to kinda tilt it to slip it in. Then hook a finger inside and pull it forward to snug it up against the front. It stays put pretty well but I would add glue to it for a permanent assembly.
Also shown in the photos above with the Ivy Corner Insert and Gazebo Insert.
This is the chipboard insert only (the tin shown in the photo is sold separately).
Design Team Member Kristin Batsel made a Secret Garden Altoids Tin (see the wide photo below). More info in the blog and/or see the supply list.GND 200528BL 200503new 200524RT 200521KB