Chip Can Chiminea With Krylon spray paint
I love recycling projects and now that summer is here I can be outside to paint,create and recycle. The most recent recycling project has been to find a use for leftover chip cans from my favorite snack and Krylon Dual Paint & Primer Spray Paint in Gloss Leather Brown.
To start my project I needed just a few items from my craft stash and my garage. A few washers in different sizes, pony beads, single nail,hammer,glue gun and battery operated candles
Next I took the nail and proceeded to make random holes in the chip can. Being careful not to bend or hit it to hard so as not to make any creases.
After the cans were all full of holes, I next took washers and applied one to each hole with hot glue.
Then I did the same with the pony beads.
After the beads were all adhered, I sprayed each piece with a few coats of brown spray paint waiting about 25 minutes in between coats.
It took about 3 coats to get the cans completely covered a long with the beads and washers.
Lastly I inserted a battery operated light and hung with a piece of faux leather.
Or they can be placed in the garden for a little bit of light.
My Chip Can Chiminea was complete. Enjoy!
A super easy project made easier with Krylon Dual Spray Paint.
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