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DIY. Get a dollar store trash an and hot glue top around the entire thing. I'd probably use a trash can that was just plastic so you didn't need the plastic bag to cover the mesh inside.

Pebble flower pot 1. Use small tin pail. Make drain holes in the bottom. 2. Next, apply base (we used interior ready-made mortar). Apply about 0.4-0.6 mm thick 3. Place the mesh grid. Push it a little to the mix to help stones sit evenly across the surface. Begin laying stones. 4. When you have placed the stones around the whole surface, let it dry completely. 5. After dry, mix grout to fill the holes between the stones. Remove excess grout after drying by using washcloth soaked in…

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Make DIY Rope Containers On The Cheap — The Gilded Hare

rope baskets

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12 Cool DIY Furniture Projects

DIY crate bookshelf made from wooden crates from the craft store (Michaels under $13)- closet?

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How to make a rope mirror

How to make a Rope Mirror / The Shabby Chic Cottage

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Painted Tin Can Planters

Coffee cans never looked so chic! Featuring DecoArt's Patio Paint Outdoor.

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7 Cheap But Beautiful DIY Garden Decor Ideas

Luminaries -- These are particularly great around the patio, or in a sitting space you’ve created out in the garden. I use tin coffee cans (or soup cans, if I’m going to hang them) and using a hammer and nail, I poke holes -- sometimes random, sometimes in a lacy pattern. I love to put citronella candles in these and light them for a nighttime get-together

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11 Money-Saving Design Ideas for Kids' Rooms

organize with tin cans.

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Repurposed Coffee Can

Repurposed coffee cans. i already planned to do this with coffee cans, oatmeal containers, etc.. but i need the reminder!

A great way to re-use your wine bottles. I simple just tape off the design I want and then spray paint. Let the paint dry and feel of the paint for a nice decorative vase!! If I need to touch up I just use a Q-tip and nail polish remover!!! So simple and cheap...I even made 50 of them for a friends wedding centerpieces...Just ask your friends, family or local bars/winery's to save bottles!!!