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  • Jean Pilon Chudy

    tin can centerpieces rustic-wedding-ideas...maybe replace can with mason jar.

  • Better Off Wed

    DIY tin can flower vases - pretty and very budget-friendly #diywedding #centerpiece #gardenparty #gardenpartywedding #rusticwedding

  • Danielle Truman

    cheap flower decoration #motherdaughtertea

  • Suzi Ellett

    Super cheap and simple table decor.

  • Cait Carver

    Tin Can Vases. Future wedding? Would be cute with mason jars too.

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I saw this and had to repost for Katherine Winkler. I totally thought of you. Classic and stunning! Maybe you could use this idea. I see you pinning arrangements

Some of us were using tin cans as vases before tin cans were cool.

I traditionally lean toward simple glass vases. We could use those for a few meals. These might be a cheap/easy option for other meals. Spraypaint food cans. Would work well with the wood paneled aesthetic. I like how clean the all-white flowers are. Again, we could use colored flowers for some meals. All-white for another. Maybe a breakfast/coffee.

Like this idea of spray painting tin cans bronze, and filling with flowers. I would do this with fall foliage.