This multipurpose storage tin can be used as a simple container to store balls, small stuff toys, crayons, tapes…list continues…


Material

  • 1 metal tin
  • 2 coloured paper
  • 1 tape

Method

  1. I used a baby formula tin - Washed and cleaned.
  2. Wrap different colour paper around the tin (whatever combo you like)...any number.
  3. Seal with tape. I cut a design on one sheet and secured it on top of the other to give a simple but a crafty touch.

Notes... I made it in blue because I'm going to use it for my son's room to match his decor.

Want other brilliant projects sent to you?


Topics:

This project was posted by:

  • mom152736
    • 25 Aug 2015
      11:33 am

Post your project

  • A good creative idea. Thanks so much!

    Reply


  • great idea. its always good to recycle.


    • not quite sure why there is a burger pic but hey, why not! love it!



      • lol..yeah i’m still owndering too…..and yipee..its weekend..so burgerssss

    Reply


  • What a great & cute idea :)

    Reply


  • great easy idea for little ones, maybe using their artwork with their permission on the tins.

    Reply


  • What a great way to recycle baby formula tins!!


    • Very clever and I love these crafty projects.

    Reply


  • A great way to store bits & pieces that every child loves to collect!

    Reply


  • clever recycling idea

    Reply


  • Good idea – I love recycling and repurposing and reusing and having crafty fun – well done!

    Reply


  • I love this. What a great idea. Thank you

    Reply


  • I have been recycling shoe boxes ,spraypainted and decorated too for storing all manner of things too. Labeled and stacked so different things at hand. Storage need not be expensive and all like things can be found easier if collected together not all over. One for tips and ideas to try, another for recipes in papers that catch your eye.Surprising how much easier things are to find. Decorate using your imagination, with picture on boxes of things inside to find, Dolour coded and a list you can then what you are seeking easily find. Also recycling. I use tins and jars for pencils and crayons, with self and grand kids in mind

    Reply


  • just takes like 2 mins :)

    Reply


  • What a clever idea! My kids would love this

    Reply


  • What a great idea!

    Reply


  • Wow this is a cute little project and so easy! And useful!

    Reply

Post a comment
Like Facebook page

LIKE MoM on Facebook

Please enter your comment below
Would you like to include a photo?

No picture uploaded yet
Please wait to see your image preview here before hitting the submit button.

Your MoM account

Lost your password?

Enter your email and a password below to post your comment and join MoM:

↥ Back to top

Thanks For Your Star Rating!

Would you like to add a written rating or just submit?

Write A Rating Just Submit
Join