Roundup: 10 Tuna Can Craft Projects

Roundup: 10 Tuna Can Craft Projects

Tuna/cat food can crafts might not be as popular as Mason jar crafts these days, but with inspiration and how-to's like these, it might just be a matter of time before they eclipse the latter. 

We'll start with these two  darling pin cushion ideas. The first one is from Sewcraftlicious

How cute is this felted option from Wee Folk Art?

Check out these 'mood lighting cans' from Croissant and Lavender

How about a tuna can clock?

Diane figured out a way to zinc-up a tuna can to make a top for a candy jar.

Camilla looked at a tuna can and saw a heart, which can serve as a sweet trinket bowl. 

I featured this planter/votive idea a while back here on Curbly. Still LOVE them.

Here's another one of my favorites: Hurricane Lamps!

 Couple a tuna can with a Starbucks Frappuccino bottle and you have a bird feeder.

And, finally, one that has absolutely nothing to do with decor, but it was too freakin' cool not to include in this roundup. Mike used a tuna can to make a Sterling Engine. An ENGINE. Take that Mason Jars!!

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DesigningMom on Jul 29, 2013:

That engine is fascinating!

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