Recycling Projects: 20+ Amazing Tin Can Projects

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Tin Can Rope Vase

by Our House Now a Home

Tin Can Rope Vase: 20+ Creative Ways to Repurpse Tin Cans | www.knickoftime.net

Tin Can Outdoor Lighting

by The Heathered Nest

Tin Can Outdoor Lighting: 20+ Creative Ways to Repurpse Tin Cans | www.knickoftime.net

Concrete Vases from Tin Cans

by Love Create Celebrate

Concrete Vases from Tin Cans: 20+ Creative Ways to Repurpse Tin Cans | www.knickoftime.net

Rustic Burlap and Paint Vase

by TheBookdocks Blog

Rustic Burlap and Paint Vase: 20+ Creative Ways to Repurpse Tin Cans | www.knickoftime.net

Faux Copper Tin Can Vases

by Dimples and Tangles

Faux Copper Tin Can Vases: 20+ Creative Ways to Repurpse Tin Cans | www.knickoftime.net

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  1. Angie thanks for including my burlap tin can in your roundup. Have a great weekend.

  2. Nancy Hawks says

    Amen! I live in the country and I agree. The internet thing is the worst. It can make you crazy, but then I take a walk and see turkeys, deer or a fox family and the flustration disappears. The crops are so beautiful this time of year and sitting by my pond is heaven, so I will take the country any day. Love your blog.

  3. These projects all look so great! And I love love love the outdoor lighting one!!! You are so right about slow internet and gravel roads, lol!! And pizza delivery….I miss pizza delivery 🙂

  4. Thank you so much for including my project, Angie! Have a wonderful weekend.

  5. I agree Angie, the internet service is the pits. But then I visit my son in Dallas & even with great internet service I am so glad to come home to the country even with the gravel roads, dirty car & slow internet.

    • So true, Karen. Every time I visit my family in New Mexico, we are in Albuquerque a lot, and I don’t miss that hectic driving one little bit! I’ll take gravel roads over crazy drivers any day!

  6. You are so right about the slow internet and dirt roads, we are 18 miles from the pavement. The man at the tire store loves us!

    • Oh my gosh, I don’t think I could handle driving 18 miles to hit pavement, Catherine. Our drive is short from pavement to our house. I’m sure the tire guy does love yo!

  7. Elaine Condon says

    love the idea of using cans for the cutlery….going to save the bigger around peanut cans from Costco to use for plastic ware at a large gathering. Also, appreciate that you had the handles on the outside – hate it when people put the ‘eating’ part where everyone can touch them!!!!

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