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Remember the cache of formula cans I mentioned awhile back? Well, I’ve been busy remaking them into lovely storage. If you have some empty containers lying around requiring a facelift, this is super super simple (perhaps even too simple for a tutorial, but here we go)!
-a formula can
-a hot glue gun1. Using your spray paint, cover the entire outside of the container. Let dry.2. Using your glue gun and coordinating ribbon, glue strips of ribbon around your the circumference of the container.
3. Use this little beauty to brighten up your office or craft room! Fabulous!
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Southern Fried Gal says
Love your choice of colors!
Jennifer Juniper says
That is the cutest formula can I've ever seen! You could stash all kinds of junk in there!
Oh, and I love the first chandelier below.
The DIY Show Off says
Hi! I'm new to your blog (referred by Today's Creative Blog). I love all of the projects and tutorials. Just spent about an hour looking around!
It's nice to "meet" you!
Katherine @ Grass Stains says
Adorable! I've seen something similar made with scrapbooking paper, but I love the ribbon, too. Way to go!
Great idea! I have a ton of formula cans and tubs that I'd love to recycle. TFS!
That's just too cute!!
The Persimmon Perch says
OMGOsh….I JUST threw one away and OH, the cans I've tossed in the past! I do, however, have one tall one (from Sams) that I just couldn't bare to throw away so this will be a project soon! Great idea!
Super cute idea. love the ribbons you selected.