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Repurposed Pringle Cans

This upcycled gift can be filled with candy or home baked items for an inexpensive gift idea

Re-purposed Pringle Cans are a Great Gift Giving Idea!  I love this idea for re-purposing Pringle Cans!  It is so easy to do and you may actually have the supplies on hand!  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.

Re-purposed Pringle Cans:



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.

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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  1. Tiffany says

    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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