Festive Tin Can Gift – 12 Days of Christmas {Day 10}

Let’s face it – Christmas is an expensive holiday.  It’s hard enough to buy gifts for your immediate family, but when you add on a gifts for the teachers, and a gift for the hostess of the party you’re going to, and a gift for the great aunt, who you only see once a year, it can become outrageously expensive, and your fa la la starts to fade fast when you realize how long your gift-giving list is getting.  Don’t despair – you {Read More}

Tin Cans and Texas Sky

How many empty tin cans can a person save, before they are considered a hoarder?  Whatever that number is, I think I’m getting dangerously close to reaching it.  When there are more empty cans on the shelves in the pantry than full ones, that should be a red flag that I have a tin can obsession.  I’ve been stockpiling empty tin cans for months now, knowing I wanted to make another tin can wall organizer, like the one I made to hold {Read More}

Antique Style Wooden Crate Wall Organizer from Pallet Wood

Antique Style Wooden Crate Wall Organizer from Pallet Wood My project today started out to be something totally different, but I failed, and this was my attempt at salvaging something of my failed project. I wanted an antique fruit shipping crate, complete with a beautiful label on it, but I didn’t want to pay antique store prices for it.  I had several weathered pallets, so I figured it would be easy to build my own antique style crate, right? Well, {Read More}

Tin Can Wall Organizer

I’m so excited to be joining forces again, with the Junkers United team. If you’re a new visitor – WELCOME! I’m Angie, the author behind Knick of Time and owner of the Knick of Time online market.   You can see all my Repurposed projects HERE and view the progress of our farm country home remodel HERE. For this event, I created a project that is easy, very useful, and you’re likely to have the few needed supplies already available in your home.  I’ve been saving tin {Read More}

Repurposed Tin Cans Organizers

 Go raid your recycling bin to create some of these super cheap, super wonderful super easy containers with tin cans! I stayed up til the wee hours of the morning making mine – I’m hooked! As I’ve mentioned before, I have a stash of sheet music and antique magazines from the 1800’s and their aged look means anything I put them on will be gorgeous, so I’m always looking for more things to cover. These were cans that held cooked chicken meat, but you could use {Read More}

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