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old spoons painted for ornaments. If you can't paint, find some printables, shrink to fit and decoupage into the spoon. Add glitter around the paper edges to hide the "evidence".

Beautiful idea but $32 on etsy + $10 s/h. I know that I can make this for about 2-3 bucks with a piece of barn wood, leftover kids blocks and some hooks. I don't care that much for the black blocks think that I would distress them in their natural colors

Tins painted white and drawn on. If I can figure out how to make it so our cans don't have the one little sharp poky thing after removing the lid, we'll try this.

Recycled Painted Tin Soup Cans..... by FrenchieBoutique on Etsy, $7.00

What a great idea for tins that are pretty but no lids, or no longer useful in other ways...

After: Artist Keeley Durocher attached four table legs to the bottom of the suitcase and spray-painted it a glossy black.*** this would be good in a global chic room if we do that!**

38. Cute Kitchen Container - embroider a piece of linen with a kitchen utensil motif, cover the outside of a can

Painted old popcorn tins to store things in like dog food. Why have I not thought of this?!? My dad gives me that nasty popcorn every year as a gag gift lol (he knows I hate it haha)

Paint tin cans or cover them with paper or fabric. You can even hot glue them into a "sculpture." Makes for great, unique storage! (Be sure cans are opened with a can opener that leaves a clean edge.)

Transform an ordinary tea tin into a stylish storage container using chalkboard paint. Marian Parsons of Mustard Seed Interiors created this all-purpose storage jar by applying one coat of primer and two coats of chalkboard paint to the surface. "Fill the tin with office supplies, kitchen dry goods or bathroom toiletries," Marian says. Just erase and rename when you change the contents.