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Coffee cans/plastic craft ideas

Use a large plastic coffee container as a trash receptacle. First, cut a 2-inch-diameter hole in the lid. Then, drill a small hole through the handle and the lid. Thread a piece of cord through the holes to serve as a lanyard.

Hunting, Fishing, and Camping Tips from Field & Stream Readers

Recycling+Plastic+Coffee+Containers | ... tip on how to make a brush tote from an old plastic coffee container

Brush Tote -- How to Make a Brush Tote

Re-purposed plastic coffee can into a yarn dispenser

Have an old belt in the closet that doesn't fit well any longer? Repurpose an old belt by wrapping it around a coffee can and then fill it with cut flowers for an interesting centerpiece. ~Budget101

A repurposed coffee can as a doggie treat jar. Adorable.

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chandelier bird feeder.

Peachy Doodles and Polkadots: Crafts

Vintage Coffee Can Birdhouse, Funnel Roof, Whimsical Birdhouse, Red Repurposed Can, Recycled, Reclaimed, Tin Can Birdhouse, Spoon. $44.00, via Etsy.

An coffee can wrapped in discarded denim jeans makes for a sweet summer look that is obviously perfect with sunflowers.

Repurpose a coffee can to hold and protect TOILET PAPER! Perfect for camping!!!

Great Summer Camp Ideas

paint and distress empty coffee cans and than wrop with jute string glue beach charms or small seashells ..can stencil labels like BEACH or ESCAPE .. cans can be used to display / store magazines, summer reading novels, sunsceen, tv guide and remote, etc.

Repurposed Beachy Tins

Flogers has come up with a way to recycle their coffee cans. They even provide several templets to choose from. First, soak in a vinegar and water solution to get rid of the coffee smell.

made out of old coffee can

  • Janet Dycus

    i would love to know how you did this please kind got idea

tin can wind chimes - for Norah's garden?

Easy Kids’ Garden Projects: Gardening

Kitchen Compost Bucket – DIY, Easy, and Frugal (plastic coffee can; stored under kitchen sink; odor-free with charcoal filter)

Kitchen Compost Pail (Bucket, Bin) - DIY, Easy, and Frugal

Coffee can clothespin holder! Now I know what to do with those cool plastic coffee cans I have been saving. Also great for kids little hands to carry items in, toys, crayons, markers, etc.

Recycled Coffee Can Crafts

4 dollars at wal-mart ,had to have this watering can !! plastic and so cute. I was using an old handledcoffee tub worked just as good !! but I wanted to be cute .

Coffee can drum craft! DIY Here's what u need... Aluminum coffee can with plastic lid 2 sheets yellow construction paper 1 sheet tan felt ½ sheet magenta felt Magenta yarn 1 rubber band Scissors Glue stick White craft glue 2 wooden dowels 2 small foam balls Blue yarn

Protect Your TP at Camp Two of the most annoying problems at my hunting camp are: wet toilet paper and mice getting into toilet paper. But there’s a solution. Cut a long slit in one side of an empty plastic coffee can. Stick a roll of TP in the can and pull a bit of the paper through the slit. Make a hole in the lid and the bottom. Run string through the holes and hang the can out of reach of mice. -- Mark A. Clark, Colorado Springs, Colo.

Hunting, Fishing, and Camping Tips from Field & Stream Readers

My daughters recylced bumble bee birdhouse. So much fun to do. Used wired hanger for the attenna's. Use another can and cut\ wings by just cutting a slash in plastic coffee can. sliding tear dropped wings in and hot glued. Any other questions just ask!

I took an empty coffee can, painted it orange then sponged another layer of a different shade of orange to look like stripes on the body. The face was cut out of wood scrap with a hole cut out for the mouth and then I stapled the plastic lid to the wood.

Coffee Can Bird House

Never Dig For Nightcrawlers Again When I fish with nightcrawlers, I store them the old-fashioned way, in a coffee can filled with soil. I -remove both ends of the can, however, and cover each with a plastic lid. This way, the worms are -always accessible—I never have to go digging to the bottom. —Lowell Harner, Wabash, Ind.

Hunting, Fishing, and Camping Tips from Field & Stream Readers