Tin Can Organizer: This guide will surely not be called a pioneer, but it is simple, effective and easily accessible. Not only we create a new thing, but also recycle – reuses something that probably ended up in the waste.
For now, I decided to “rescue” cans and adorned with a series of desk organizer for my stationery.
- Empty cans
- White acrylic paint
- Washi Tape
First of all remove the label of cans and taken to dryness.
We prepare white color, both because it is clean, simple and spectacular, because washi tape used as decoration have slightly translucent effect.
The first coat is in the world.
When we have all the layers properly dry (in my case, I work for two layers declared “finished”), we can proceed to decorate.
#1 With gray and gray – Adhesive washi tape.
We can sealed with tape and the top edge cans, not only for visage, at the same time as potential sharp edge of the can.
#2 Variant with gray washi tape.
#3 With black label.
We put the piece of paper, brush with a stronger black paint and let it dry properly. Label using the white color and stamped stamps with any motive.
Plate through holes union white waxed thread and I’m gonna tie around cans.
We have done
The label can write, draw, or defeat anything that suits your needs.
#4 With washi tape and debugging drawstring leatherette.
Washi tape, of course, no need to stick always in one direction, nice show and stuck vertically.
So, if you feel like a bit of recycling, definitely try, not only utilizes thing in many municipalities collected separately or as a secondary raw material, but also a self-enchanted desk and organize their writing, painting, or other creative needs!
Hope you like this tutorial.
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