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  • Kemi Gadaleta

    Attach clothespins to tin cans for a DIY vase or candle holder.

  • Anne Mayer

    This is a cute idea for old tuna tins and clothespins! Candle holders, and decorated herb gardens. I may grow catnip in one! :)

  • Aaron Coleman

    Green craft project idea - Repurpose a tuna can and clothes pins to make a flower pot or candle holders. Would be cute to do with a kid to work on fine motor skills. Would be cute for grandparents or as a Mothers Day gift! =)

  • American Hippie

    ☯☮ॐ DIY Hippie Crafts ~ Can and Clothespins! Make a planter or a candle holder!

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