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Tin Can Tool Caddy

Made this for .25 using things I had on hand, and a yard sale find. Not just for utensils, but craft supplies and for kids crayons and markers. Choose a color to match your decor, or think about solid white to go with everything.
Give everything a coat of primer. Check the blog for hints on getting cans ready to use.
Then paint. Use a good paint, usually 2 coats.
Fit onto cutting board. I left space between the 2 rows for napkins since they always want to blow away. I used hot glue to attach the cans to the board.
Fill and enjoy.
A few hints and more details on by blog.

To see more: http://notjustpaperandpaint.com

Ask the creator about this project

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on May 21, 2015

    This is awesome! I love the red- so smart to use tin cans!

    • Rosemary Palmer
      Rosemary Palmer Chattanooga, TN
      on May 23, 2015

      @Hannah V This red paint has become one of my favorites.

  • Amy Ogden-Paparone
    Amy Ogden-Paparone Gilbertsville, PA
    on May 22, 2015

    I was wondering if you glued the cans on to the cutting board? I love this idea! The handle makes it easy to carry and everything you need is all there.

    • Euni Moore
      Euni Moore Colorado Springs, CO
      on May 22, 2015

      @Rosemary Palmer This is a great idea. Hot glue is not a permanent fix especially if it gets hot. E6000 would be a better choice unless you would want to take the cans off at a later date.

  • Laura Smith
    Laura Smith Saint Petersburg, FL
    on May 22, 2015

    Practical, usefull and lovely!!

  • Judy Denesha
    Judy Denesha Warsaw, IN
    on May 22, 2015

    could paint it Red, White, Blue.

    • Rosemary Palmer
      Rosemary Palmer Chattanooga, TN
      on May 22, 2015

      @Judy Denesha These are so easy and cheap, could do in multiple colors. The red and yellow match my porch and deck.

  • Michelle Hazelrig
    Michelle Hazelrig Pearl, MS
    on May 23, 2015

    Now THAT is a cute idea!

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