Hey there! How are you all doing today? My boys are now officially out of school and we can let the summer time fun begin.
It’s been off to a great start so far. Today I am sharing how to paint a can and decorate your table tops with them.
I have done and shared so many upcycled can ideas in the past.
Here, I will share just a few…
These cans were spray painted with various summer colors and made for a cute outdoor table setting.
I then took the same cans
and simply put some patriotic ribbon around the spray painted cans to create a pretty Labor day table setting
One thing I have never done is actually just PAINT one.
with Paint from a can.
I had red paint left from painting our pantry door red.
I thought what else can I do with it?
I saw this cutest can caddy and pinned it, and thought
I am making one of those myself.
I will be sharing more on these cute little butterfly embellishments that I made using mod podge melts.
I made a cute little gingham flower too. That was easy, I simply cut a few strips of fabric
and folded it together like an accordion and hot glued it on.
I have to say this was a fun little FREE project and it looks cute on the kitchen table too.
This was the paint and wax I used…
And how cute it compliments my
diy upcycled stenciled recipe tray
I did many moons ago.
The runner is our old burlap kitchen diy no sew valance.
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If you are new here, I am also very excited to share my new stencil line with you.
Farmhouse/rustic stencil line by Debbiedoo’s HERE
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Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces
Great ideas, Debbie…I especially love the caddy!
Love this idea. Now I’m shopping my pantry for the best cans to use. It’s going to be interesting dining tonight!
You have been the “can crafter” for as long as I’ve known you! This craft project was right up your alley. I really like how yours turned out. It’s so cute! I think it looks perfect on your table.
Love the red caddy. So perfect for a barbeque, but it looks right at home on your table, too!
Cuter than cute, Debbie Dear! I’ve just got to do this sometimes! I have that Rooster in amber like yours and I have a green one too that’s playing on my blog right now!
Be a sweetie,
I LOVEEEE old cans….had to pin !!!
Super cute idea!
That is a sweet little caddy! So cute! I love the vignette you put together using it.
Shannon @ Fox Hollow Cottage
So cute on the tray with the little gold Roo! You totally Debbiedoo’dafied those cans!!!!
Another cute can project! You really know how to pull it all together. Love the gingham flower too!
Oh so cute! I love using cans to craft and decorate. Thank you for the inspiration Debbie 🙂
Kim @ Sand & Sisal
Adorable idea and I love the fact that it’s all up-cycled!! Pinned it!
Raquel @ Organized Island
I was going to say I love your cans but that sounded weird. Your caddy came out adorable!
You do such cute thing’s on you blog .where do you come up with great ideas that you do. I can’t ever think of anything .May be that’s why I’m not blooger lol Thank’s Debbie..
Thank you so much Cookie, that means a lot!
So cute, and everyone has cans 🙂 Sharing on FB today!
Denyse @ Glitter, Glue & Paint
I just love your cans, Debbie! I say I help you eat so we can decorate cans and you help me drink wine so I can make more tiki wine bottles 😉
Shelley @ Sow and Dipity
Just discovered that you used my caddy as your inspiration! Nice job 🙂
Yes, lol that was a while ago as you can see. I loved it soooooo much, I had to make one myself. Thank you so much for inspiring.