Tin cans are one of the easiest items to repurpose, not least because it can be used as a receptacle for many a thing. Sure we’ve seen them used as flower pots, maybe even candle holders. But how about a lamp, a clock or a scarecrow?
Use it as a mobile for your child or as a wind chime.
Or a cutlery holder. Especially if you are having a meal outside. Or in your caravan!
And while you’re outside, who not have some lanterns?
If you are good at attention to detail, something like this would be amazing to have either on the patio or in the conservatory.
You can use it as the mount for your clock.
Or to store those bags you can’t seem to get rid of.
Of course, you can use them for your herbs.
How about a set of drums?
Or the classic stilts. In fact, Tara and Kylee from the Mud Pie Makers gave an alternative for smaller children: tuna cans!
Scarecrows in the kitchen garden or allotment look kinda funky.
Keep your bits and bobs together with the organising stand.
And finally, we just love the look of this lamp.