Formula Cans Into Easter Baskets

March 25th, 2010 in member junk     
crazymomluvsjunk crazymomluvsjunk, member
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I have a huge collection of formula cans under my sink and I knew they would make cute little Easter baskets. I washed the inside out and then took off the label. I cut out burlap and hot glued it to the can. I used ruffled crepe paper in the middle. (I bought it on etsy). I then used an old image (you can find free ones online) of a little girl and turned her into a fairy. The one can (or basket) I spelled out Easter with old game pieces. I drilled holes in the side of the can and used ripped fabric strips to make the handle and just tied them off. I think they turned out pretty cute. I figured there was no sense in buying baskets at Walmart when I could do something creative for the girl baskets I'll be giving out. Namely for my nieces and a friend's daughters. I might make one up for my little neighbor girl who is new in the neighborhood.


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Comments (7)

artteachergirl writes: Such a sweet idea! Posted: 11:16 am on March 27th
fellowjunker writes: Love your gorgeous Easter baskets!
xojanis Posted: 9:31 pm on March 26th
Junk_Newbie writes: So cute! Great use of those formula cans. I couldn't even guess how many I put into the recycling bin for that first year. Makes me wish I would have kept them!
Heather Posted: 2:24 pm on March 26th
alicemom writes: Rachael,
Good show! I don't know how you get it all done and create!
smiles, alice Posted: 9:02 pm on March 25th
vanj writes: one great idea. i have so many cans under my sink too. may try this tomarrow. thanks for your creativity.
vanessa Posted: 8:02 pm on March 25th
Christina_S writes: Wonderful way to recycle! These came out beautifully, very precious. Posted: 7:03 pm on March 25th
ninnarae writes: I think these are absolutely adorable! Inspires me to try something like this! Posted: 6:44 pm on March 25th
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