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Tuna or cat food cans = Desk drawer organization!!
Tidy Up the Tuna Can - Aluminum is one of the strongest materials around, so Stephanie Lynn of Under the Table and Dreaming had the idea to use cans to line a vanity drawer for storing small things like bobby pins and rings. You can also use cans to store office supplies. Be sure you fold down the sharp edges and wash them out completely to keep them odor-free.
Junk Drawer organization! DIY with tin cans!
Empty Tuna Can Drawer Organization. Awesome idea to clean up a junk drawer.
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.)
It's just not Anal Retentive enough...the labels aren't perfectly centered, the tins don't match, and they aren't alphabetized. Pfft. Amateurs.
Painted tin cans nailed to the wall for storage. Only problem is...I very seldo eat processed foods. I bet a have a few friends that will hold on to their cans for me :)
made from a thriftstore hurricane, tuna can, and broomstick. Assemble, spraypaint, done.
luminaries out of decorated tuna cans...pretty cute!...but for where??
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tin can wall organization art....would these be deep enough to hold my brushes, pencils, and markers without spilling out at this angle?
Don't throw away all those black bean cans! Just paint them!
Tin can caddy---I think I see a can of white spray paint in my future :)
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.
bathroom hairbrush storage ~Tomato paste cans, some fancy paper and Mod Podge (or colourful contact paper), and some 3M Command Strips
Love this woman's blog! She's so talented and what an eye! Decorating tin cans...these are adorable!