A Popcorn Tin Makeover for me has been in the works for years, every time I saw where someone transformed one of the 3-popcorn goodies, I’d say to myself…one of these days.
This year while shopping with my grandsons one of them grabbed a tin, ate almost all the candied popcorn and left it never to be touched again. That is until this weekend, I saw it sitting there with it’s stale orange dusted popcorn and I knew exactly what I’d do with it.
It’s Thrift Store Decor time! I can’t wait to share my thrifty idea with you! Be sure to see all my blogger friends ideas at the end!
My traveling popcorn tin…
I have moved it all around the house, loving it like it was an expensive purchase. Thinking I wish I’d bought more because I have so many ideas for these cheap tin cans.
Popcorn Tin transformation steps:
- Clean and dry the popcorn tin.
- Lightly sand, wipe away the dust.
- Grab your favorite spray paint, read the directions and spray accordingly.
- Let Dry and apply lettering
- Fill with flowers and enjoy.
Grab the graphics here: Farmers Market Fresh Flowers
Create a stencil by using a pencil to shade the back of the graphic.
Attach the graphic to the tin can.
Trace over the letters, remove and use a sharpie, paint pen or paint with paint brush. I used a sharpie on mine.
This cheap tin can feels all fancy pants now. I kinda like it.
Click each to see all the other thrifty ideas:
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Popcorn Tin Makeover – me 🙂
Multiple Use Candlestick makeover – Our Southern Home
Antique Mirror Makeover – My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Repurposed Magazine Rack – Sadie Seasongoods