The tin top design is from the current issue of JCS. The magazine is featuring a series of hornbooks and this one is from Dames of the Needle. I stitched it over-one on 32 count lugana. The photos look like the fabric is white, but it's actually a more ivory color.
It's always harder to figure out what to put inside than it is to decorate the tin. But here's my current plan for contents. This could change if I get other ideas, but I'm tired of thinking about it so this will probably be it.
The egg pin cushion is by Aliolka. She showed it in multiple color schemes and she has a second version with a daisy I think. Click here for the free pattern. I just sewed up a backing following the outline of the stitching, stuffed it and added beads on the edge. It is stitched over-two on 32 count lugana.
The keychain fob is a tiny granny square done in variegated crochet cotton. I got the idea from this pattern for granny square earrings. There are many variations on granny square earring patterns but this was the tiniest version and simple to attach to the keyring. Tiny is important when working on Altoid tin contents.
The little bunny on the lid is a popular free crochet bunny pattern. Works up in no time. One could make dozens of these in a wink if there was any reason to. Here's a link to the tute if you want to whip up a few of these for the coming season.
This one may be harder to recognize. Think men in bowler hats floating in air, Golconde by Magritte. Ignore my sneaker. It was windy out on the balcony and I was trying to keep the card from blowing away.