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Repurposed Pringle Cans

Repurposed Pringle Cans are a Great Gift Giving Idea!  I love this idea for to repurpose an item that would normally go into the garbage.  It is so easy to do and you may actually have the supplies on hand!

Repurposed Pringle Cans

I am always looking for ideas of what to do with these cans and hate throwing them away.  If it is possible to reuse or up-cycle I always prefer that 🙂  This is a great Earth Day Project.

Repurposed Pringle Cans:

Supplies:

Directions:

Make sure your Pringle can is empty and wiped out.  Cover with card stock using double stick tape or a glue stick or other adhesive.  Use ribbon at the top and bottom and to make a bow.  You can use felt to make flower or ric rac and add a pearl to center of each.

These make great containers to fill up with candy, cookies, chex mix other goodies. Be sure to make these repurposed pringle cans for your next gift.

Recipes that go great inside:

Valentine Butter Cookies Recipe
Valentine Hugs Cookies Valentine Red Velvet Crinkle Cookies
Valentine Strawberry Cookies
Valentine Strawberry Mini Pies
Gluten Free Valentine Chex Mix

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2 Comments

  1. Beautiful! I would have never thought of it. I had one laying around. This is very creative and something the kids would want to decorate.

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