Tin Can Supply Holder

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How to Make a Supply Holder from a Tin Can


Project 3 in  “Tin Can” Series

I love reusing and repurposing things around the home. My tin can collection is rather extensive as is my glass bottle and many other random items I think I might find a use for someday. I’ve gotten to the point of knowing which can brands have a white coated inside, which I’m sure to buy more of when I know a project is coming up or just feel like my stock is low;)  Today I am sharing with you project three in my “Tin Can” series!Displaying Rope & Tin Can holder - S

SUPPLIES NEEDED:

ASSEMBLY:

  1. Start with a few different sized tin cans. You can use them raw (unpainted) or paint them with coordinating colors. I chose to paint them because I like the peek of color from under the rope and inside the can:)
  2. Next you will need to use a hot glue gun to adhere the rope to the tin can. I chose to use a wider rope for this project but any size will work. Start at the top of the tin can so that you can be sure to get a clean finish at the opening. Gradually work your way down. You can keep the rope tight for a cleaner look or allow for some paint to show between the rows for a more rustic look. Be sure to use a fair amount of glue on each row to ensure your masterpieces holds up for any use you may find for it;) Displaying Rope & Tin Can holder - S
  3. Once you get to the bottom of the tin can, go every so slightly past the can bottom. This will allow for a softer bottom and offer a little protection to any surface you place it on. Finally, cut the rope end on an angle to get a clean finish.Displaying Rope & Tin Can holder - S

Some ideas for use:

  • Makeup Holder Tin Can Set
  • Desk Supplies Tin Can Holder
  • Kitchen Utensil Tin Can Holder
  • Tin Can Hair Brush/ Supplies Holder

I’d love to hear what you decided to use yours for!Displaying Rope & Tin Can holder - SDisplaying Rope & Tin Can holder - S Displaying Rope & Tin Can holder - S

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi, I’m Jessica, founder of Follow My Arrow. Besides being a blogger I am a wife, mother, baker, and obsessed crafter all while working on my organizational skills;). This blog will share with you our daily chaos, both good and bad, as well as many of my favorite crafts, sweet treats, organizational tip, and of course, happy thoughts!

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Hey There!

Welcome to my neck of the mitten (Michigan humor😜)! I’m Jessica, a wife, mother, baker, and obsessed crafter working on my organizational skills. Most days, you’ll find me homeschooling my two girls while working at home and, of course, here sharing how you can make everyday life easier.

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