- Lazy susan
- Cans in different sizes and shapes
- Paint or scrapbook paper
- Mod Podge
- Hot glue
- Ribbon or stickers to decorate as needed
- Paint lazy susan with plastic paint. I found mine in my Mom's pile of things to donate, and it was pretty stained. A fresh coat of paint, and it looks new again.
- Remove labels from clean cans. I had hubby remove the sharp edge from the can opener.
- Apply scrapbook paper with mod podge or paint cans. Decorate with stickers and ribbons. I used Tacky Glue to attach the ribbon.
- Arrange cans on lazy susan and hot glue in place. Be generous with the hot glue. Even though the cans won't have a lot of stress on them, mine had a small gap on the bottom, so I needed a big pile of glue.
- You can still see the ridges on the cans through the paper. This doesn't bother me, but if it will bother you, you may want to look for smooth cans.
- I wanted a bigger can for the center, so I used a cardboard container from peanuts.
- I saved about 20 cans and picked the ones that work best.
- You can paint the inside of the cans and use paper on the outside. Totally up to you.