Tuna cans, scrapbooking paper, cutting mat, hot glue, box cutter, twine and tea light candles!
Make sure to wash them well so there's no lingering smells!
Cut paper to wrap around tuna cans. The width of the paper strips ended up being roughly 1-1/4".
Start with a small line of glue to get the end adhered to the can, then every inch or so, add more glue.
Tie pieces of twine into small to medium sized bows. (Tikva Morrow)
Cut different lengths of twine so that all the cans will hang at different heights.
Glue the end of the twine string to the can, and then glue to bow on top.
You can use real tea light candles the safer option is batter powered lights.
Perfectly simple and stunning!
These hangers double as decor and a herb garden or utensil hanger at the same time!
Make sure cans are cleaned out thoroughly and all paper labels are stripped off.
Cut the paper according to the size you need and carefully apply it to the cans.
Drill two holes just under the lips of the cans.
Carefully sanded the inside of the can where the holes were drilled.
Finally, feed through two pieces of twine--one for each hole.
Read more details on how to assemble the rods in the full post below.
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