Well sure if youre a hillbilly and love getting tetanus go on ahead with your janky outdoor craft.

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Decoupage napkins onto tin cans and spray with sealant. Punch holes in sides to add a wire hanger.  Now wouldn't these be pretty in your gar...

Dishfunctional Designs: The Upcycled Garden - April 2014

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DIY Stationary desktop organizer

Top 10 Best DIY Desk Organizers – Top Inspired

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arizon-tee tölkistä!!! // I have a friend who loves purses now I have to make be of these for her

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Tin Can decorated: I simply glued the magazine picture onto the can with Elmers glue, then painted them with a polyurethane protective coating. My plan is to drill some holes into the bottom of these and use them as planters at some point. Then Ill know how protective the polyurethane coating really is. - From Musings from Afar blog

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Got left over tins... re-cycle, re-use..

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Make your own tin can flower....use it for an outdoor candle holder, bird feeder....anything you want!

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How to Make Jewelry or Decorations Out of Tin Can Lids by Felicia Gustin

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†Beautiful butterflies - made from aluminum soda / beer / beverage cans! Great upcycle / recycle / repurpose craft - colored with permanent markers - very good tutorial here (want to pin to garden and upcycling too)

Drink Can Butterflies

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DIY Desk Organizer - simple and quick - recycled tin cans, duct tape and ribbon

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Made from vegetable cans

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An Ordinary Can: You've got lots of cans passing through your house everyday, right? Did you know you can re-purpose them into many different nifty things? Here's one very simple idea. Spray it with an adhesive spray and cover with the fabric of your choice. Wrap the rim with seam binding and hot glue into place. Fill it with supplies like fabrics ... ...or pens or buttons, stamps, patches, ribbons, whatever you'd like. Or make a bunch and fill them all. Start with a can.

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Old soup cans + spray paint = Wall storage & whimsical decoration. >> What a fun idea, great for a home studio or kids space, or for tight unused closet space. Sewing / crafts/ art would fit perfectly here. Just make sure to get the smells out.

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DIY Recycled Can Crafts

60 Recycled Can Projects

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tin can lantern tutorial

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Turn an aluminum beer bottle into a reusable tumbler cup! :)

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To bake a little cake, use an empty 12.5 ounce can of Chunk Chicken Breast from Costco. Remove the paper wrapper, wash and dry.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

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Tin Can Windsocks

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wind chimes

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soda can daisies tutorial

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Flower from a Dr Pepper can

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soda can stars

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soda can mosaics. brilliant!

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#tin can mugs

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How adorable and colorful are these little recycled soda can lanterns?

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