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DIY Tin Can Candleholders

Many foods are packaged into Tin Cans and every person throws away maybe even hundreds of cans through year. But have you ever wondered if you could instead of throwing them away do something of them? Well actually there are many ways to recycle tin cans but today, we share only one of them with you – Tin Can Candleholders.

You will need only couple of items-
Tin Cans;
Duct tape (strong);
Awl.

Firstly, you should obviously wash and clean tin can of any remaining food. Then cover can with duct tape and then you’re ready to make holes to tin can. You can make cool patterns to your tin can candleholders if you want to. Templates of sun, star and heart are only some examples. We chose to do one simple dotted and one heart patterned candleholder since it’s Valentines Day soon. We cut our own heart shape out of paper and stuck it on top of duct tape with clear plastic tape. It’s pretty easy to follow the shape and cut out pattern with awl. Remove the duct tape after cutting out your pattern. We also want to remind you that this project requires edge tool and therefore it is not suitable for children under 12+. Please be careful when handling Awl!

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