Craftster’s ten year anniversary is this Month. To celebrate they are having a Ten for Tin challenge. Your craft project has to be something made with a tin can. This will be my first challenge with Craftster, and my second ever.
I am going to make a storage container/planter. This is going to be a plan as I go project. I will show my supplies as we move along.
First I’m going to take gesso and some turquoise colored acrylic paint, and mix it together.
Now dab it on your can, giving your can a rough texture.
Now take some Mod Podge and a piece of burlap. Paint Mod Podge around your can where you want your burlap to stick.
Wrap burlap around your can, then apply a layer of Mod Podge all over your can, including over the burlap. Let dry.
I decided to embellish my can with some little fabric rosettes, and a wire formed flower.
First I dabbed some metal patina to the wire formed flower, and the wire spirals, to give it some color.
With your hot glue gun start gluing your rosettes, wire spirals, and wire flower on top of the burlap on your can.
Now you have a pretty storage container.
Or a pretty planter.
Do you have any craft ideas for recycling tin can? If so please share your link below in comments.