<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=996690293685739&ev=PageView&noscript=1" />
1.08M Views
Saved to Idea Box. Organize

Fabulous Folger's Coffee Plastic Container Upcycle

1.08M Views
Saved to Idea Box. Organize
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/

  • Nikki MaDio
    Nikki MaDio Bronx, NY

    Agreed, Yellow is nice, but how can i get the domino sign off. Lol

    • Kitchen Kelli
      Kitchen Kelli Norman, OK

      I know! So - you have to prime it all and the spray paint it the color it was I guess! :)

  • Megvirago
    Megvirago Denver, CO

    That was such a great idea!!!

  • Kaye121849
    Kaye121849 Atlanta, GA

    I use them to store brown sugar, craft items(like small minis), etc. I don't paint them - take labels off and put new ones on.

  • Butch
    Butch Graham, NC

    ball up newspaper loosely and close the cans and leave it for several days if it doesn't take all the coffee smell out the first time try it again

  • Margie Morgan
    Margie Morgan Kerrville, TX

    You can also try and put some baking soda inside with a little water. Shake and pour it out. Soda is a great deodorizer. Works on many things,

Inspired? Will you try this project? Let the author know!