DIY Dog Food Storage (from an Old Popcorn Tin)!

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20 Minutes
Easy

Full tutorial on designertrapped.com. Search for "dog food storage" in the search box.
diy dog food storage old popcorn tin, pets animals, repurposing upcycling, storage ideas

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3 questions
  • Barb Meyer
    on Dec 29, 2015

    How did you get handles on the tins??

    • DeAnn Gardyszewski
      on Sep 15, 2016

      I have never seen one with handles. I am sure you can find handles that you can screw on and place a nut on the inside

  • Elissa C
    on Jan 5, 2016

    Did you paint over the original Christmas design? The photo of the original tin is plain with no design. The project looks great!

  • Shelia
    on Jan 7, 2016

    How did you get the Christmas design off? Or did you have one without a design?

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  • Nance Freeman
    on Dec 29, 2015

    If you get large enough cans, the handles come on the cans.

  • Rosemary Daniel
    on Jul 2, 2016

    We had an old round perforated lint trap (plastic) that had come out of the top of a washing machine. It fit tightly into the bottom of a tin and allowed air to circulate below the cat food. The bottom of the can is now rusting out but the tray prevents the food from falling out.

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