SwingOut Catchall

You may be a little doubtful that you can turn a tuna can into something you’d want to put on full display in the bedroom, kitchen or office, but have a look at the video. My catchall is both attractive and useful – in an industrial sort of way 🙂

You can find the full tutorial here. In the meantime, visit the Craft Rehab‘ section of Birdz of a Feather and browse around for more upcycled craft ideas. Here are a few you’ll find:

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In addition to crafts, you’ll also find home and garden DIYS. Here are a few recent DIY projects:

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Recipes are on the site too under the Unknown Chef category.

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UPDATE: Feb 8/18: Facebook doesn’t allow PDFs, so here is the file for those who asked: Tuna Can SwingOut Catchall Labels_Birdz of a Feather

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