29 Uses For Recycled Coffee Cans

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Coffee cans serve many more purposes than just for coffee!  They can be used to store craft supplies, silverware, napkins, toiletries, washcloths, kitchen utensils, and paint bottles to name a few.  Below you will find many other uses coffee cans can be used for! Enjoy!!

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29 uses for recycled coffee cans
Coffee Can Organzier

I made this Coffee Can Organizer using McCalls Pattern #M4858.

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Burlap Tin Cans {SOURCE: Sewlicious Home Decor}

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 Crafty Canisters with FREE Labels! {SOURCE: Heart Of Wisdom}

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 Cheap Organization with Krylon and Coffee Cans {SOURCE: Kelli’s Kitchen}

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Holiday Coffee Containers {SOURCE: CraftBits}

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Coffee Can Organizer Tutorial {Source: Made with Moxie}


Can Vases {Source: Rachel Ray Magazine}


Wallpaper Wrapped Can Vases {Source: Martha Stewart}

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Wrap It Up {Source: BHG}

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DIY Chic Studio Office Organization {SOURCE: Timewashed}

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 Snowman Hat {SOURCE: Stars’n’Sparkles Bloom’n’Bling}

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Flower Arrangement {Source: BHG}

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Coffee Can Wrapped In Twine or Yarn {Source:  Family Crafts}


Can Food Serving Containers {Source: Martha Stewart}


Recycled Can Pedestal Stand {Source: Sweet Paul Magazine}

Tin Can Jack O’Lanterns {Source: Martha Stewart}


Pumpkin Lanterns {Source: Woman’s Day}


Hanging Punched Can Luminaries {Source: Design Sponge}


Fabric Covered Can Candle Holders {Source: Plum Creek Collectables}

Can Organizer Board {Source: HGTV}

Can Cubbies {Source: Martha Stewart}

 


Closet Organizer {Source: HGTV}


Hanging Can Storage {Source: Country Home}


Tiered Vintage Can Stand
{Source: Better Homes and Gardens}


Utensil Holders {Source: HGTV}


Can Wine Rack {Source: Real Simple}

Tin Can Knitting {Source: Disney Family Fun}


Door Hanger May Day Cans {Source: Martha Stewart}

 

Re-purposed Can Biscuit Cutter {source: Real Simple}


Lunch Cans {SOURCE: Sweet Paul Magazine}

You can also find some fun and FREE Coffee Printable’s here:

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  1. says

    I really make it a point to find new ideas and great recycling tips I can use everyday, and let me just say that I am so glad to find this site. I love what you did wit the cans as a towel holder in the bathroom, and it really got my attention. It’s something I find new, and really creative.

    Making it a pencil holder kind of looks great and will definitely try the old cans we have back home out.

    Thanks for this post.

  2. says

    Hey thanks for sharing the love. I really appreciate it!
    Love your great ideas for Coffee Cans! Now I’m going to have to see if my favourite coffee comes in a can so I can get organized!

    Melissa aka LostBumblebee

  3. Aida F. says

    I LOVE your website and all your crafty ideas. I for one LOVE to reuse and recycle things. One thing I do is use empty Folgers red plastic coffee cans to repot my plants. The red gives my indoor kitchen garden a nice pop of color. I’ve always wanted to use the metal kind but I do LOVE all the ways you’ve created with them and thank you for sharing, I will be incorporating some of these and you have a new follower. Have a BEAUTIFUL day!! :)

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