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  • Lennette Sunderman

    cover a can with old paper and ribbon

  • Amanda

    Cover a tin can with paper from a book or newspaper paper. Then add a ribbon. Use for storing pencils or use as a flower pot.

  • Michelle Hubner

    Spring flowers in a tin covered with paper from a book or scrapbook paper and ribbon.

  • Rosemoon

    grape hyacinths and old book pages

  • Deanna Rohrer

    cover a tin can with paper from a book or scrapbook paper and add ribbon

  • Jill

    Wrap tin cans or bottles with old dictionary or vintage book pages - even newspaper.

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