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Decorating cans for your parties

If you’re planning to organize a party to spend some quality time with your family or friends, you’ll love this idea for decorating cans. This original DIY idea for decorating cans with beautiful printed fabrics is cheap and easy, and it will provide your party with a lot of personality. Check it out!

In the first place, you should choose 3 printed fabrics whose colors and shapes look good together. You can take advantage of the remnants you may have at home or asking for remnants in the store since these fabrics use to be a bit cheaper. These remnants are small pieces that stick to the fabric tubes and they’re cheaper, but not less beautiful or worse.

Then, you’ll need the cans for your party and you’ll be able to start with your DIY project for decorating cans!

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The materials you’ll need:

  • It’s important to have a well-sharped scissors in order to do a good job with fabrics.
  • Velcro
  • Glue spryer for fabrics (or any other glue for fabrics)
  • A pencil or something for marking the fabrics
  • Foam or EVA
  • Interlining

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The firs step will be measuring the can to have the measures in order to cut the printed fabrics, the interlining and the foam with the same size. These are the layers that will cover the can, so leave a small space of 2-3 cm for placing the Velcro.

The second step will be putting the fabric and interlining together and ironing them so that they stick together. Then, glue this only layer to foam with the glue spryer.

Finally, you need to glue the Velcro for covering the can and closing the fabric around it.

What do you think? Doesn’t it look like a great idea for your party table decoration? You can also make some pennants for hanging them between the trees (if the party is in your garden) or different murals with the printed fabrics you’ve chosen for decorating cans. You’ll guests will love it!

Source: Brit.co

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Lola Carrero

Translation student based in Barcelona; languages lover and interested in technology, travelling, cuisine, arts, etc.

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