Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Frenchy Pringles Canister Makeover

Sour cream and onion Pringles have never looked so good!  Yes, after enjoying the chips, I saved the canister so I could copycat one of my favorite Pinterest pins.
This was my inspiration.  Lovely, right?  This blogger used an oatmeal canister.  And here's my version using the Pringles canister.
I wrapped the canister in vintage sheet music to start.  Then I printed off this great French image (courtesy The Graphics Fairy) onto plain white paper.  Glued that on over the sheet music.
Once that was dry, I added another French image to the plastic top - which you totally can't see but it is there.  Then I added some glitter around the edges and some tea-stained seam binding.  I couldn't resist adding a little bling too on the front.
I finished up by stringing some bells and a metal star (from Ikea) on more tea-stained seam binding.  I used my hot glue gun to add that to the top.  
I love how the star hangs down, and how the grey/silver and pink hues play off each other.  I'm so happy too with how it turned out. And lucky me, Pathmark is having a sale on Pringles so I'm off to stock up so I can make more!

Linking to Petite Michelle Louise: Grey Day Thersday.



Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Very pretty! I love the bling you added, too. I almost wish we ate Pringles here. : )

Petite Michelle Louise said...

wow. beautiful an clever! love it! happy grey dey!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

How clever is this? I guess I'll have to stock up on Pringles and Oatmeal now.

Pollyanna said...

Very pretty, so charming, and so surprising that you are doing such pastel wonderfulness right in line with that candy
jar of tiny skeleton heads, that I also love!!

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Quite fabulous, my dear.

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

This is lovely! I love that you can re-use containers, too...thanks for sharing!

Donna said...

I love it! Who would have thought that a plain ol' Pringles can could look so glamorous? Love the graphics, seam binding, and your cute star, too.

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

LOVE it!

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Hello Jeanine
You've taken the humble Pringle tin to a whole new level - it's beautiful.
Sadly there is not a 'Pathmark' store where I live but I'll pick some up at the supermarket and let you know when I've made them!
Thank you for inspiring me today - I'm visiting from Grey Dey Thursdey.


Rhonda said...

Ooh so pretty and you are so clever.