Thursday, January 6, 2011

DIY vintage tins

How many of you have Christmas tins (or any tin for that matter) that just don't make the cut on being cute enough and will most likely be in the garbage in one week? Well, I have plenty. Here is a quick project to make use of all those tins and maybe even inspiring some organizing. If not, they would look cute just sitting on a shelf. And don't we all love cute.

1. Spray paint your tin whatever color tickles your fancy.
2. Resize (I used photoshop) your label to fit your tin.
I found my labels here. Hugh selection!
3. Print labels onto sticker paper, cut, and place on tin.
Easy peezy, lemon squeezy! (my daughters favorite new saying) Can't wait to make some more!

15 comments:

  1. Love this! Definitely bookmarking this for a future project. :) Thanks for sharing!

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  2. This is great! I will definitely be trying this. I love tins and sometimes I see them for $1 at a cheap store but they're always so tacky! This is a fantastic idea!

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  3. Great idea! I am your newest follower - your blog is wonderful!

    Chelsea

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  4. Super simple with fantastic results!!! Thanks for sharing the link for the labels. Kiss my girlie-girls for me and Josh too ... LOL

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  5. great idea! I am looking everywhere to organization and design ideas for my home and yard so thank you!

    your newest follower,
    kathryn from thedragonsfairytail.blogspot.com

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  6. wow - this is fantastic! This would make for great gift wrapping too!

    http://adjewelry.blogspot.com/

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  7. Nice idea!!! Thanks for sharing

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  8. Great post, I have been talking with my friend about, he though it is really interesting as well. Keep up with your good work, I would come back to you.

    Thanks,
    Olive Ridley Sea turtle

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  9. Wow. Rarely do I come across I tutorial that I want to reproduce *exactly*, but this is an exception. So awesome!

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  10. Awesome job done by ''Tortoise and the Hare'' Guys.....

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  11. wow! it is just a great idea to make signs on waste tins it dosn't look bad at all and I think we may have much more other idea to make Carved Signsin better way.

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