Hey everyone! Today we are upcycling some tin cans into these amazing planters. We all have to come together to help in preserving the earth. Why throw out tin cans when they can be of great use to us. That’s why today’s tutorial shows us how old coffee cans can be transformed into beautiful buckets for holding potted plants. Let’s begin! Materials needed: tins drill paint clothesline rope and a couple strands of seashell necklaces
Isn't this quite something? 'It's as beautiful as the sun's rays' my grandma would say. This painted tin can planter really does fit this comparison and the beauty of it all is that your can efficiently DIY. This is with the assistance and guidance of the tutorial that I have shared below which will guide you from the beginning through the end of the process! Materials needed: DecoArt Patio Paint outdoor Foam brushes Painters tape Gold spray paint Tin cans
Do you have a lot of empty tins lying around? Well, it’s time to put them into good use, very good use! You can call your kids to help out too, I’m sure they’ll love it! All you need do, is print out some templates and start tin-punching. These tin-punched candles will be perfect for the cool fall evenings, Halloween parties and even thanksgiving! So, let’s begin. Materials needed: tin can (opened and emptied) primer spray paint rice water tape printed template
Would you just believe this? Yeah, my eyes are popping at the beauty personified by these reused tins. Yes! Reused tins have been remodeled into exotic flower pots in a way you wouldn't have thought. You can turn your home into this altar of beauty by doing this yourself. Yes! You can make these vintage French recycled tin cans yourself by following the tutorial guide to make your own recycled tin cans yourself. Let’s begin! Materials needed: tin cans in different sizes white milk paint OR cha...