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Coffee Container Halloween Candy Canister

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Coffee Container Halloween Candy Canister

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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.

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tin can wind chimes - for Norah's garden?

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Easy Kids’ Garden Projects: Gardening

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50 Crafts and Projects Using Recycled, Repurposed, & Upcycled Cans {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas

Under The Table and Dreaming: 50 Crafts and Projects Using Recycled, Repurposed, & Upcycled Cans {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas}

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chandelier bird feeder.

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Peachy Doodles and Polkadots: Crafts

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A useful tip on how to make a brush tote from an old plastic coffee container.

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Brush Tote -- How to Make a Brush Tote

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A useful tip on how to make a brush tote from an old plastic coffee container.

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Brush Tote -- How to Make a Brush Tote

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DIY a centerpiece from a coffee can. i've been looking for a project to use my old cans for!

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made out of old coffee can

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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.

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

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