by Emeric Harney April 12, 2019 1 min read 1 Comment

As proud 1% for the Planet members, Earth Day is an especially exciting time of the year. We love celebrating this beautiful world around us and the amazing people that inhabit it. We have been watching how you Harney tea fans reuse your tea tins instead of throwing them out and are absolutely blown away by your creativity and compassion for this planet. Whether you buy tea in bulk and refill your tins or use them to plant an indoor herb garden, we love seeing what you do with your tins after you have finished what’s inside. We might be biased, but we think that Harney fans are the most innovative people out there, which is why we wanted to feature some of the exciting ways you’re reusing your tins. Check out a few of our favorite ideas below.

Make Wedding Centerpieces

 

Organize Art Supplies 

Make a Birdhouse 

 

Make a Candle 


Organize Makeup & Makeup Brushes 

 

 

 

Check out the posts below for more DIY projects, recipes or to learn about the other nonprofits like 1% for the Planet that we support:

Emeric Harney
Emeric Harney


1 Response

Cecilia Merrill
Cecilia Merrill

October 21, 2019

Wow! I must order some Tin cans and make a bird house. It’s beautiful 😍 Make up brushes. Great idea. Thank you 🙏

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