DIY Twine Wrapped Canister

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Hello everybody! I have a fun little project to show you today. I was rooting around at the back of the store the other day, looking for something that I could upcycle and I found this guy…20160626_124345 - Copy

And I thought, that is way to cool to leave like that. So I grabbed a can of Chalk spray paint. Seriously, I love that stuff!Β 2016-07-28_19.27.26 - Copy

Like I always say guys β€” nice light, and even coats! It’s better to do three light coats then to have one heavy coat full of drips πŸ˜‰

After my three coats were dry, I sanded the protruding designs that were on the glass. Do you like my manicure? LOL There is not point to me painting my nails. I don’t know why I even botherΒ 20160626_141416 - Copy

I love how sanding the protruding parts of the glass give this piece such great definition.Β 20160626_141444 - Copy

I still thought that this canister needed a little something else. I had this contact cement out cause we were also making our tire planter. As soon as I saw it, I knew what I wanted to do.Β 20160626_153025 - Copy

I brushes the contact cement on the middle of the canister.20160626_162348 - Copy

And from here, all I did was start wrapping the twine around. Super easy!Β 20160626_162400

I had to apply more contact cement as I worked because it was like a ZILLION degrees out and my contact cement was drying faster than I could get the twine on!Β 20160626_162408When I look at contact cement I get the strongest urge to have apples dipped in caramel sauce. Doesn’t it look like caramel sauce? lol … yummy.

20160626_162833Almost done!

For the lid, I decided I wanted something that looked almost like tin. The lid that was on the canister was just plastic. First I spray painted white, cause I originally thought that I wanted it to match, but I didn’t like that.Β 2016-07-28_19.28.01 - CopyI grabbed some black spray paint and a metallic silver spray paint.Β 20160626_142420 - CopyI spray painted the black first, and then the sliver. While the silver was still a little tacky, I took some sandpaper and just roughed it a little bit. This gave a more realistic look.Β 20160626_142625 - Copy

So, what do you think? Let me know!Β 20160626_17005020160626_170059

As always, I love to hear your comments and opinions! Don’t be shy!

And remember, sharing is caring! If you like this project, share it with your friends!

Hope you come back soon because I have a really cool project that I am working on right now and I can’t wait to share it with you!

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