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.