Using thrifted finds to create a vignette in our hall, here is our vintage picnic tin decor.
I’m just a vintage soul.
If there is a support group for vintage picnic tins, I am NOT going! Well, I will go if anyone is selling their tins but only because I would want to support them in their recovery. 😂
*Please no hate mail. I have mad respect for those in recovery. Sometimes there is just fun, too!
Do you know how you have those collections that everyone finds out you collect it and then next thing you know you are wiping your face with a Noah’s Ark towel, true story?
Well, I have now found something that is impossible to overload on…so far.
VINTAGE PICNIC TIN DECOR
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Oh, how I love thee.
They are pretty hard to find actually, but outside of just normal thrifting, this is our number one place to find picnic tins.
As you can see, I love to use vintage picnic tin decor throughout the home.
VINTAGE TIN INFO
I guess some of these are considered to be bread box tins.
I was unable to find much information other than some are made by Nesco Company and seem to be dated around the 40’s and 50’s.
If you have any information, we would LOVE to know more. Point us in the right direction.
MORE VINTAGE DECORATING
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