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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

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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

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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

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Kids can make their own Magnifying waterscope with a coffee can, plastic wrap and duct tape and look under water. That is really a neat idea!

Sea Crafts - Sea Creature & Fish Crafts | Spoonful

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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

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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

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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

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