• Rosy Henderson

    "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!"

  • Deandra Purcell

    tin can and clothespin vase... cute idea you could also paint the clothespins

  • Teri Latta

    Tin can and clothespin candle holder ...Great for the outdoors with battery operated tea lights! Could put sand, gravel, or pebbles around candle to hold it in place ,

  • Louise Neser

    Mothersday tea lights, a fun activity for the kids!

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