Hello! How was everybody’s weekend? Was it busy or relaxing? I pretty much stayed at home, getting things ready for the bridal shower I am hosting. I did get to enjoy a frosty on Saturday and a competitive game of Pirates of the Caribbean Life on Sunday. Such an exciting life I lead! LOL!
I did get these cans done over the weekend for the bridal shower. This is such a simple project! I had a couple of coffee cans, my mom had a few and she also found one at a yard sale, which she was given for free. I had received the burlap this summer and my husband had cut the wood slices for me a couple of years ago. You can see my other wood slice projects here. I used the Waverly chalk paint in Mineral and Plaster. These paints can be found at Walmart.
I started with the Plaster color and just brushed it all over the can. As you can see, you can still see the red color through the paint.
I painted a second coat of Plaster and then added touches of Mineral all over the can. I dry-brushed it on and just kept brushing till it was blended in. Chalk paint dries quickly, so painting several coats doesn’t take too long.
I cut pieces of the burlap ribbon long enough to fit around the can with just a little overlap in the back. I hot glued it into place.
All wrapped up! I then added a wood slice to the front of each with hot glue.
I added the initials and names of the bride and groom onto the wood slice with brown sharpie so it looks like it is woodburned into it.
I added pomegranate branches into each can, simply because I have 2 trees full of them. I placed a smaller jar inside the can to help hold the branches upright.
I think these will look really nice on the tables as centerpieces for the bridal shower. I can reuse them later just by removing the wood slice. So you will probably see them reappear again sometime!
This is such a simple and quick project. It’s also a great way to upcycle some of those tin cans you might have in your recycle bin. They could be painted any color that fits your color scheme and any kind of ribbon could be added to it. Let your creativity flow!!
8 thoughts on “Upcycled Coffee Cans for Bridal Shower Centerpieces”
Such a creative idea and just charming centerpiece–pinned! Thank you for sharing at Vintage Charm!
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You know it looks so nice -I would have never know it was coffee cans at all!
Such a cute and creative idea! I’m going to call my grandmother and ask her to Save me some coffee cans. Thanks for sharing at Merry Mondays!
Thank you so much! Have fun creating!