DIY: Tin Can Decor

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I know I haven't posted a DIY project in a while, but don't fret! I've got a quick and easy project for you today!

As you guys know, my husband and I bought our first home in April! And I've been filling the house with DIY decor ever since. So today's project will be no different!

In our kitchen, we have extra space above our cabinets, but we don't have much to fill it with. We found a couple of vases at Marshall's but they aren't nearly enough. So, I thought I'd try something new!

If you're interested in following this tutorial, then you will need the following materials:

  • Tin Cans
  • Scissors
  • Ruler or Measuring tape
  • Adhesive Shelf-Liners

1. Make sure that your cans have been emptied and cleaned.

2. Double check that there are no sharp edges near the opening and all labels are removed.

3. Measure the height and distance around the can. Personally, I like to leave the top and bottom rim exposed, so I do not include them in my measurements.

4. Cut the shelf-liners or contact paper to match the can's measurements. This is the paper that I used.

5. Apply the adhesive paper to the tin cans. For this step, I peeled the adhesive back little by little and used the ruler to ensure that there weren't any bubbles.

There you have it! It's as simple as that! In just five easy steps I was able to make new decor for my kitchen and I did it for under $10!

I hope you liked this tutorial! I plan on posting a lot more of them and I'm always interested in hearing what tutorials you'd like to see! So if you think of something, just let me know in the comments!

If you decide to create one of your own, I'd love to see how it comes out! Feel free to tag me in your pictures! :)

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