The first time I heard of a grungy can, I had to find out what it was, and once I seen one I knew I had to make my own. It started out twirling around in my head, than the idea came for my Diy Grungy Can.
Make A Diy Grungy Can
I made this grungy can quite a while back but never got around to making a tutorial.
Then when I was going through my pictures and clearing some of them out I ran across these pictures for my diy grungy can.
How To Make A Grungy Can
I first cut a piece of scrapbook paper, whatever shape you desire. Then Mod Podge it on your tin can, and Mod Podge over it also.
To make your grungy can you will need a mixture of Mod Podge and coffee granules.
Add to a disposable container and mix well.
Start by painting the edges and around your scrapbook paper.
Cover your can completely with the mixture, except over the scrapbook paper.
I added this burlap heart by sticking it to my grungy can while it was still wet, then dap some of the mixture to the edges. The wood heart was glued on once it all dried.
This burlap square was added to the wet side of the grungy can like above. The words were added later with Mod Podge and the buttons were glued on.
This one was on another can that I had made, by placing pieces of lace in a circle on top of the wet mixture, then sapping a light coat of mixture over top.
The handmade fabric flower with the Pearl center was glued on later.
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