A Rustic Rock Vase
Fab You Bliss has a great idea to recycle a pringles can into a wonderful rustic rock vase. To make it you have to glue the rocks to a pringles can and once they have dried apply grout. When the grout has dried apply a coat of mod podge and a beauteous vase is ready to be filled with flowers.
A Gift Wrap Organizer
Vorstellung Von Schoen Blog has a great project to store the supply of your gift wraps. Spray paint all of them and then hot glue them together and an organizer will be ready to store all the gift wraps you have.
A Bird Seed Feeder
Emily Grace at Grace and Good Eats has made an easy bird feeder by coating a pringles can in peanut butter followed by bird seed mix. She hung it in her garden with ribbons then.
A Candy Holder
Holly Gagnon at Ribbons and Glue covered a pringles can in card stock and other embellishments and turned the can into a cute candy holder for kids. This can be a lovely idea for making party favors for a kids’ birthday party.
A Pringles Can Windsock
Jackie at Happy Hooligans has shared a craft of a windsock made from an old pringles can. This windsock is great for small kids to enjoy and learn the concept of wind flow. To make it you need to wrap a pringles can with foil. Then color it with sharpie markers. Punch holes in the lid and tie ribbons. Cover the can with the lid and voila!
A Rustic Twine Wrapped Planter
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