Santa can, can! Oh yes, he can, can!

December 29th, 2010 in member junk     
artteachergirl artteachergirl, member
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Santa is cool beans on an old greenbean can. He has a curly wire handle and an expression you just have to love.

Santa is cool beans on an old greenbean can. He has a curly wire handle and an expression you just have to love.


My last Christmas post, I promise. I just had to show off my Santa can. I'm sure you have seen these before, but isn't it a great way to recycle those BIG greenbean cans?


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Comments (9)

sophiemiller3 writes: Thank you so much for this post. It looks adorable and will certainly give it a try ;-) Posted: 2:41 am on October 6th
artteachergirl writes: :-) Glad it gave you an idea! Check with a school cafeteria for a huge can and then you won't have to eat all those green beans. You have a cute idea going on. Posted: 5:56 pm on January 25th
MississippiMammie writes: Thanks so much for this post, gave me a great idea! I was going to use galvanized buckets for the kids stockings next year and put their names on them but I like this idea of using an old large can and instead of Santa's face will use my favorite picture of the kids I will take this coming year, thanks again!! Now will have to find a way to use a gallon of green beans for just two! Posted: 3:12 pm on January 24th
RustyDiva writes: Awwwww, he looks worried. Guess it turned out ok cause Christmas was successful. Cute! Posted: 1:41 pm on January 4th
junkermidge writes: Cool beans indeed! Santa is as cute as can be. (pun not intended) Such talent you have!
Midge Posted: 7:06 pm on January 2nd
KMcG73 writes: Thanks for the tips, I've been saving cans! (I'm convinced the world is held together by Mod Podge and Super Gorilla Glue isn't it?!?) Posted: 5:08 am on January 1st
artteachergirl writes: Acrylic paint was used and a Sharpie for the black outline. Then, of course, it was covered with Mod Podge:-) Posted: 1:42 pm on December 30th
KMcG73 writes: So cute! Did you use acrylic paint for that? Posted: 11:32 am on December 30th
MakinItHappen writes: Santa looks a little sad that Christmas is over! (Or maybe he's just tired.) Posted: 9:35 am on December 30th
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