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For indoors or in the garden!
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Hi there, you can turn them into gorgeous handbag planters https://acraftymix.com/blog/tin-can-barrel-bag-planter/ If they have ribs or ripples you can also make a small antique washboard like this one https://acraftymix.com/blog/washboard-tin-can/
Lots to look at here:
I found this article that might be of some help to you:
This is a lovely idea:
Here is a really cute idea for succulents/planters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nukrl-POVrw
here is more info https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS879US879&q=metal+coffee+can+crafts&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwivmrXV7ajuAhUJPa0KHUoJCg8Q1QIoAHoECBUQAQ
Paint them and drill holes in the bottom and then use them for plants.
Here are 30 different ideas for using old coffee cans: https://www.diyncrafts.com/25944/repurpose/30-crafty-repurposing-ideas-empty-coffee-containers
Hi Rlo. You could use your coffee cans to start flowers or veggies in the Spring. Begin by putting something that will fill in the area at the bottom of the can. (empty water bottles make great fillers) Then put a layer of newspaper over the filler. Next, add soil. And, last but not least, put a few seeds on top and poke them down about an inch. Give them a spritz of water and put them in a sunny window. Keep the soil slightly moist. When the sprouts are a few inches tall, and there is no sign of frost, you can transfer them outside and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Rlo, if you're not into gardening, you can always donate the cans to your local schools or nursing homes. Good luck Rlo.
Planters,canisters make them in diffrent tiers add plants
Hi! My first thought is planters! Measure the opening and see if a bucket or plastic planter would fit inside to line it! You can paint them with spray paint after cleaning. Good luck and stay!
Maybe for seed starting?