A Coastal River Rock Covered Planter
Kate the DIYer behind Centsational Girl crafted this bucket covered with river rocks with the help of mortar, mesh river rock tiles and grout and the result came out in the form of a beautiful coastal inspired planter. This is a great way to recycle all the empty paint cans you have and decorate your home’s outdoor with a coastal feel.
An Ice Bucket
Cori at Hey Let’s Make Stuff crafted this super fabulous ice bucket by painting a paint can in gold color and then covering its outside with a glamorous paper. Then she sprayed the whole bucket with clear coat and voila! It now serves as an ice bucket.
Paint Can Organizers
If your home office work desk is usually cluttered and you want to control the ever increasing amount of stuff then this idea by Better Homes and Gardens is worth giving a shot to. Simply cover the paint cans with scrapbook paper, label them and put your stuff inside them.
Paint Can Planters with Drip Painting
Image via: The Garden Glove
Winter Wonderland Wedding Centerpieces
jsa Europe has shown a great way to reuse old paint cans as winter inspired centerpieces for a winter wonderland wedding.
A Can Wrap
Emily of Toad’s Treasures made a wonderful can wrap for her father who needs to carry pens and other tools to his calligraphy class. This is a wonderful creation that can prove useful for kids too. You can make such can wraps for your kids homework desk.