Easy DIY Jute Cord Tin Can Succulent Planters

Easy DIY Jute Cord Tin Can Succulent Planters Dig those empty tin cans out of the recycle bin to make these easy and pretty succulent planters! Whenever I don’t feel like rummaging through my junk shop (which would be a workshop if it wasn’t so filled with junk) to look for something to repurpose into a new project, I turn to the one thing that I always have a good supply of …

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Magnetic Farmhouse Style Tin Can Planters

Magnetic Farmhouse Style Tin Can Planters While we were staying at my mom’s house for my niece’s wedding a few weeks ago, I just “happened” to notice something that caught my eye on her pantry shelves.  Stuck between cans of green beans and tomato sauce were two pairs of eyes that were calling out to me.

Barn Wood Candle {Easy Tin Can Project}

Every time I go on a road trip, I pass so many old barns that are falling down, and it kills me to see all that amazing barn wood just rotting away, especially since I could think of hundreds of projects to use it on. Well, I was in the craft store a few days ago and found some amazing scrapbook paper made to look like old barn wood. … Had to have it!

Recycling Projects: 20+ Amazing Tin Can Projects

I hear so many people say they wish they could move out of the city and into the country. They want an old farmhouse on a few acres, and would like to raise chickens, and listen to the sound of crickets, instead of cars honking. I think I should be honest with you though. There are a few things you might miss about the city, and I feel it’s my duty to tell you.

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Cheap Office Organizer Out of Tin Cans

I have a quick, cheap, and easy project to show you today, but first, breaking news… I went on a little getaway with my daughter (that’s not the breaking news part). She needed to go out of town to take some classes for her job, and I went with her. Be patient…that’s not the breaking news part either. 🙂 When we arrived at our hotel, they gave us the usual card key for our room, and as I stood in front of our room’s {Read More}

Gingham Christmas Wreath and Gift Cans with Video

I don’t know what it is about  gingham, but it has an old-fashioned charm that I can’t get enough of.  It reminds me of curtains hanging in an old farmhouse and vintage aprons. I bought an evergreen garland for my entryway, and had a lot left over, so I wired a leftover piece around a grapevine wreath to hang in my kitchen. I used this  gingham wired ribbon to make a bow for the wreath.  It’s easy to work with, and holds its shape {Read More}

Because I Can

I’m smack dab in the middle of raising my 4th teenager now, and there’s a standard answer he gives me when I ask why he did something. “Because I can.” Well, I’m stealing his answer today, because my tin can stash is overflowing again, so it was time to repurpose some of them, and turn them into summmerish decor. I printed a few of my vintage can labels (links to printables below) to add to the cans.  You’ll notice that these {Read More}

Antique Clock Face Printable and Tin Can Craft

I’ve been tinkering around with some of my antique clock face images, and turned them into a collage that could be used for all kinds of projects.  I never tire of tin can craft projects, and I’ve been in need of more wall organizers, so I finished a new organizer, using one of the collages, and have the free printable to share with you!

Chalkboard Kitchen Canisters and Labels – Not a Creature Was Stirring, Not Even a Mouse

Obviously, it isn’t the night before Christmas yet, because the creatures have been stirring in my pantry, and I’m not happy about it.  There’s nothing more frustrating than discovering a mouse has helped himself to foods in your pantry, and they are persistent little critters.  We live in an old house that has lots of little nooks and crannies they find their way in through.  They don’t come indoors during the summer, but in the winter, they make themselves right at {Read More}

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