It is important to find time to do what you love! And if you are a crafty mom queen, I have the perfect spring/summer crafting activity for you! My DIY Tin Silverware Holder is quite affordable to make, and perfect all year round! I love making crafts that don’t cost much, and are so cute!
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Happy Thankful Thursday!
Are you still trying to plan your Easter dinner or brunch next week? I know it can be hectic trying to balance being a wife, mother, and so many other things! However, creating fun celebrations with your family will always bring so much joy to your life.
All my family members, cousins, and friends know how much I love cooking, crafting, and decorating! That’s why I always seek to create fun holiday activities with my loved ones! Nothing says happiness like sharing creative moments with others!
Colorfully Painted Tin Silverware Holder
My DIY Tin Silverware Holder is not only restricted for Easter holiday! You can choose any other theme you prefer, and make your own Tin Silverware Holder theme.
Making this craft is a mindblower, since it uses recycled cans to make a holder for indoor and outdoor decorating. You can use this Tin Silverware Caddy to organize your cooking utensils if there is no more space in those drawers.
Paint a set of tin cans in bright colors to hold your utensils for Summer BBQ’s parties. Moreover, create outdoor lighting design with those recycled cans holder.
This activity is also kid friendly! Your kids can decorate their cans with whatever craft paper they choose. Children are also able to draw on the holder and get creative with decorating it. For example, they may draw their preferable cartoon characters, add colorful glitter, or glue funny stickers!
What is Awesome About This Craft?
This DIY Tin Silverware Holder is budget-friendly.
It is fun and entertaining for all members of the family!.
You have the chance to be really creative.
It will help you set the tone for your celebration.
It is really cute, simple, and easy to make.
You can use it for more than silverware.
What Will I Need to Make the DIY Tin Silverware Holder?
- old can from vegetables/fruit
- craft paper
- hot glue gun
Materials To Make Tin Can Holder
How Do You Make The DIY Tin?
First, get an old can and remove the paper from it.
Next, wash the can well.
Then, cut your material out that you will use to cover the can. Meanwhile, plug your hot glue gun, and allow it to warm up.
Finally, wrap your material around the can, and place hot glue on the material/craft paper to hold it to the can.
Tips and Tricks
You can also paint the can with craft paint or spray paint it.
Add colorful glitter to make your holder sparkle brilliance.
You can add funny stickers or draw some drawings of your own choice to get a holder that reflects your character!
You can add fabric. If you don’t want to wrap your silver can with craft paper, you have the choice to warp it with any kind of fabric you like.
Yes, you can easily glue more than one can together!
Yes, it makes the perfect pen and pencil holder for a teacher or craft queen
Easy DIY Tin Silverware Holder
Other Fun DIY Ideas to Check Out:
- Virtual Jelly Bean Guessing Game
- Peeps Easter Centerpiece Ideas
- DIY Hot Cocoa Bar
- DIY Adult Hot Chocolate Gift
- National DIY Day
- DIY Halloween Cups
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DIY Tin Silverware Holder
- 1 old can from vegetables/fruit
- Craft paper
- Hot glue gun
- Get an old can and remove the paper from it.
- Wash the can well.
- Cut your material out that you will use to cover the can.
- Plug your hot glue gun up to allow it to warm up.
- Wrap your material around the can and place hot glue on the material/craft paper to hold it to the can.
We had so much fun making this craft for Easter! Thank you KMarie!!
Love this, very non wasteful! (www.spicyfusionkitchen.com)
Thank you so much!!
Good idea, would like to try it
Thank you so much Cheryl!! I hope you try it!
This is such a great idea! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you so much Jazz!!
This is so cute 🙂 Will definitely use the idea for my little ones birthday party 🙂
Thank you so much Ana!! 🙂
Hi, This is such a lovely and easy way to utilise cans and I’ve got such pretty paper that I can use just for the job. Thanks for sharing.