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Fabulous Folger's Coffee Plastic Container Upcycle

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With some chalkboard labels from Michael's and a can of Krylon Paint these coffee containers become great organizers for crafts, sewing or as a reposit for rice, pasta, flour or sugar - especially when the person has difficulty with heavy canisters. I kept the insides carefully covered so they remained food-safe. Buy paint that is usable on plastic and follow directions - they must cure for 4-5 days! Try here for a better demo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8TAewzKwfo .
Time: 4 Days Cost: $10 Difficulty: Easy

To see more: http://kelliskitchen.org/2013/07/cheap-organization/

  • Helen Messmer
    Helen Messmer Mobile, AL

    I hated throwing these away, even to the recycle, since containers can be expensive, and I love to bake, this solves my Christmas gift baking for the neighbors.

  • Susyestrada

    Susan The best odor remover is vanilla
    Miami fla

    • Kitchen Kelli
      Kitchen Kelli Norman, OK

      I didn't think of that - but what a great idea!!

  • Linda Bussard
    Linda Bussard Agra, OK

    You can get a package of 80 count stickers on Amazon for $7.99..love this idea have lots of plastic coffee containers hate throwing them away. Thanks for the idea.

  • Christine RowleySmith

    Many kinds of stickers at any Dollarama store, also in the Bridal Isle

  • Margie Morgan
    Margie Morgan Kerrville, TX

    Baking soda is a great way to remove odors also. Just dilute with water and shake, then pour out.

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