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Recycled DIY Storage Container

Recycled DIY Storage Container
Recycled DIY Storage Container
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Finding cute ways to organizer your different materials can definitely be a challenge. This Recycled DIY Storage Container is a super cheap and super easy way for you to make tons of organizers to make your life a little easier. You can decorate this to perfectly match any room you want to use it in. Plus, you can really add your own style to this recycled craft to make it your own. Just watch this craft video to see how easy it is to recreate this super cute organizer! 

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsRecycled Materials

Primary TechniqueRepurposing


Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Clean Pringles Can
  • Your Choice of Three Colors of Duck Tape
  • Craft Mat
  • Craft Knife

Recycled DIY Storage Container

Recycled Pringles Storage Organizer Instructions

  1. Pick a Duck Tape color you want your can to be, wrap a strip around the top edge, and cut off at the back. 

  2. Repeat step 1 down the entire can until it's completely covered. 

  3. On your craft mat, cut and lay out a few six to eight inch strips of each of your other Duck Tape colors and cut out different sized triangles, or any shape you'd like.

  4. Next, apply them to your liking and create your own design onto the can and get organized!

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I have made several,of these but using two different techniques. I wrapped containers for raisins, oatmeal, bread crumbs, that have kids, in pretty wallpaper or fabric scraps, that in glued on with white glue, then input either fabric or ribbon trim on the edges being careful not to make it too thick so,the lid still,fit on securely. I used them as a way to give out cookies at holiday time, and I put a bow on top. So after the cookies were gone, they could use the containers, which I saved throughout the year!

Super cute idea for a very cheap storage container that looks great and no one would know it was made out of a recycled pringles can and duct tape.Great project for kids and adults for craft room,sewing room or bedroom to store all of your office or craft supplies. I love that this is a recycling project and you can use any embellishments to decorate it your own special way. Nice video with a great tutorial.

#NationalCraftMonth2017 cute project, and the pringles cans can be cut down to different heights for a set of these.

Great idea to use duct tape. I like the color and the triangle accents. .#NationalCraftMonth2017

If you used a lot of those chips, you could organize a lot of things.

I used to make these all the time with my kids. I should make some more adult like ones for myself. #NationalCraftMonth2017


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