How to Make a Tin Can Caddy
Author: Carrie Newman
How to utilise an old tin to make a bright and colourful caddy
While messing around with the pattern I've discovered that they can be fun but the price of a Tin Can can be expensive if you are not using the ingredients. I actually used a can of Iced Tea & my sons Coffee can that were purchased from Costco who have a number of products in large cans at their warehouses, GO Costco!!
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|The first Caddy can be used for all those pens and pencils that you have lying around. Features Tim Holtz Eclectic Elements Fabrics|
|A Caddy for the Bathroom. A great place to put all those items that generally get scattered over the Bathroom top|
|Kids by their nature make a mess of their rooms. This Caddy oozes FUN and gives them all an incentive to put their rulers, pencils etc into it. They will be impressed. It features fabric from the Disney Range of Frozen - Sisters Skating with Olaf as its main character which is stocked in our store||
|Lastly this is a Xmas Caddy, switch your commonly used one at this time of Year to give your room a festive feel.|
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Thank you19 April 2016I have been looking for a tutorial for so long. Thanks for sharing. Ina Kruger (South Africa)