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Pringles can

Discover creative and practical ways to repurpose Pringles cans. From organizing craft supplies to making homemade gift containers, explore top ideas for reusing Pringles cans in a fun and eco-friendly way.
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I am so excited to share my latest upcycling project with you! This tutorial will show you how to make a UK postbox out of an empty Pringles tube. It can be used as a money box, a worry box, a message box or just for somewhere to keep your ideas in. UPDATE: Check out my US mailbox here, also created from an empty Pringles Tube! To make one, you will need: An empty Pringles tube with lid (wiped clean) Cereal box card Acrylic paints Soft paintbrushes Super glue / hot glue gun Craft knife Ruler…

Cindy Eastwood
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3 Things You Can Make From Pringles Cans: There are so many things you can make from Pringles cans. Most likely you already know that Pringles can is perfect to store spaghetti. It is also great to make a custom speaker or store rolls of string. In this Instructable, we look at 3 more thing…

Shy Cabral
Christmas Neighbor Gift?  Snowmen made from a Pringles Can! Christmas Crafts For Kids To Make, Winter Crafts, Christmas Projects, Kids Christmas, Holiday Crafts, Neighbor Christmas Gifts, Neighbor Gifts, Santa Gifts, Chirstmas Gift

Snowmen are my favorite!! You can't look at a snowman and not smile!! These snowmen were so fun and easy to make! I just drew a snowman face and then photocopied them. I added the little orange to the carrot and red to the checks by hand so I didn't have to pay for color copies. For the hat you just hot glue or stitch a tube and then tie one end with yarn. We tore the fabric into one inch strips for the scarves. It would be really cute to use real buttons, but that wasn't in our budget The…