Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Pretty trash cans

I applied some Mod-Podge and wrapping paper to 2 trash cans. Both took just about 15 minutes to do. And I think they look much nicer now. The brown one is in the master bath room.

Before - just a plain plastic trash can

After - covered in quilt print paper, this one is in the guest room.


  1. Very cute! And I need a trash can in my master bath!

  2. Awesome job! I have a boring white plastic trash can in our bathroom. You've given me some ideas.

  3. Very cute! Mod-podge is an amzing product!


  4. That is too cute. I need to do that for our trash can in the bathroom.

  5. I love the brown one. I would have never thought of doing that. You have some the greatest ideas.
    Do your aunt & uncle attend church anywhere? We would love to have them come visit sometime.
    Love & Prayers

  6. Great Job on the trash cans. Thanks for the idea of making biscuits and freezing them.

    You have great tips on how to save money on products we all use.


  7. Modge podge is great! Unless it involves boys, glitter, and the laundry room floor.

    Your trash cans look very cute. That's an odd sentence, isn't it? ;-)

  8. Great idea, Rhonda. I plan to cover an old can in my bedroom and the plain white one in the kitchen--I have some cute retro kitchen giftwrap that I've been saving for years! What a perfect use for it.

    Andrea (CHL)


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