Single photo for the smaller tin
The size of your mint tin means it's best to print just one photo, to ensure it stands out on the lid. The printing process feathers your design over the edges slightly, so there isn't a harsh line where the print ends. Within the design interface, you'll be able to see a small circle, indicating where indent of the locking catchment. If possible, try to avoid positioning important elements of your photos or text over the indent.
If your grandma or grandpa likes to suck on a sweet throughout the day, design them a bespoke mint tin they can keep on the coffee table or in the car for long journeys. Print an old family photo with a sepia effect to enhance the 'etched' effect. In the design interface, you can add a filter to your design.
If your partner travels for business, make sure they can freshen up before those important meetings and design a unique mint tin. You could print a motivational quote, or even an alternative version of their business card just for that extra professional touch.
Take your furry friend everywhere you go and upload a photo of their adorable face to your mint tin. Kept in your bag at all times, it's a nice comfort to be greeted with their smile looking back at you. As an alternative use, you can also use it to store doggie treats or catnip for on-the-go.