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Pringle Tin – Christmas Card Holder

What you need

Empty tall chip can
Can opener
red or green yarn (or color of choice)
scissors
yarn needle
Christmas floral pick
hot glue gun




Instructions

1.  Begin the Christmas card holder by removing the bottom of the chip can with a can opener.  Save the bottom piece.

2.  Next, begin to wrap the red or green yarn around the chip can, lengthwise. The yarn will wrap around the entire length of the can and then wrap inside the middle of the can (see photo for help).  Keep wrapping the yarn over and over until you can no longer see the chip label.  But don’t wrap too much, you do not want the strands overlapping too much.

 

wrapping can2

3.  When you are finished, tie off the yarn in a knot to secure.  Next, you want to wrap the bottom of the chip can with yarn.  Begin wrapping it across, and over, and keep turning the circle clockwise as you go, so you eventually cover the whole lid.  When you are finished, secure with a knot.

wrapping top

4.  Now it is time to assemble the top to the can.  Place the wrapped top on the tall can, then thread a yarn needle with yarn.  Sew on the top of the lid to the can by stitching through a loop on the can top, inside a loop of the tall can. See the photos for help.

    first stitchsecond stitch

5.  To finish off the Christmas card holder, I used a pretty Christmas floral pick. You could also use a pretty bow.  For the floral pick, just bend the wire holder as shown, then thread it into the top of the can, in between the yarn.  You can use some hot glue to secure.

    bent floral pickadding pick

6.  To add a card, just open up the card and slip it through one strand of yarn. Slide the card in so the yarn lies in the inside crease of the card.

 

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Pringle Tin – Christmas Card Holder

What you need

Empty tall chip can
Can opener
red or green yarn (or color of choice)
scissors
yarn needle
Christmas floral pick
hot glue gun




Instructions

1.  Begin the Christmas card holder by removing the bottom of the chip can with a can opener.  Save the bottom piece.

2.  Next, begin to wrap the red or green yarn around the chip can, lengthwise. The yarn will wrap around the entire length of the can and then wrap inside the middle of the can (see photo for help).  Keep wrapping the yarn over and over until you can no longer see the chip label.  But don’t wrap too much, you do not want the strands overlapping too much.

 

wrapping can2

3.  When you are finished, tie off the yarn in a knot to secure.  Next, you want to wrap the bottom of the chip can with yarn.  Begin wrapping it across, and over, and keep turning the circle clockwise as you go, so you eventually cover the whole lid.  When you are finished, secure with a knot.

wrapping top

4.  Now it is time to assemble the top to the can.  Place the wrapped top on the tall can, then thread a yarn needle with yarn.  Sew on the top of the lid to the can by stitching through a loop on the can top, inside a loop of the tall can. See the photos for help.

    first stitchsecond stitch

5.  To finish off the Christmas card holder, I used a pretty Christmas floral pick. You could also use a pretty bow.  For the floral pick, just bend the wire holder as shown, then thread it into the top of the can, in between the yarn.  You can use some hot glue to secure.

    bent floral pickadding pick

6.  To add a card, just open up the card and slip it through one strand of yarn. Slide the card in so the yarn lies in the inside crease of the card.

 

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Pringle Tin – Christmas Card Holder

What you need

Empty tall chip can
Can opener
red or green yarn (or color of choice)
scissors
yarn needle
Christmas floral pick
hot glue gun




Instructions

1.  Begin the Christmas card holder by removing the bottom of the chip can with a can opener.  Save the bottom piece.

2.  Next, begin to wrap the red or green yarn around the chip can, lengthwise. The yarn will wrap around the entire length of the can and then wrap inside the middle of the can (see photo for help).  Keep wrapping the yarn over and over until you can no longer see the chip label.  But don’t wrap too much, you do not want the strands overlapping too much.

 

wrapping can2

3.  When you are finished, tie off the yarn in a knot to secure.  Next, you want to wrap the bottom of the chip can with yarn.  Begin wrapping it across, and over, and keep turning the circle clockwise as you go, so you eventually cover the whole lid.  When you are finished, secure with a knot.

wrapping top

4.  Now it is time to assemble the top to the can.  Place the wrapped top on the tall can, then thread a yarn needle with yarn.  Sew on the top of the lid to the can by stitching through a loop on the can top, inside a loop of the tall can. See the photos for help.

    first stitchsecond stitch

5.  To finish off the Christmas card holder, I used a pretty Christmas floral pick. You could also use a pretty bow.  For the floral pick, just bend the wire holder as shown, then thread it into the top of the can, in between the yarn.  You can use some hot glue to secure.

    bent floral pickadding pick

6.  To add a card, just open up the card and slip it through one strand of yarn. Slide the card in so the yarn lies in the inside crease of the card.

 

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Pringle Tin – Christmas Card Holder

What you need

Empty tall chip can
Can opener
red or green yarn (or color of choice)
scissors
yarn needle
Christmas floral pick
hot glue gun




Instructions

1.  Begin the Christmas card holder by removing the bottom of the chip can with a can opener.  Save the bottom piece.

2.  Next, begin to wrap the red or green yarn around the chip can, lengthwise. The yarn will wrap around the entire length of the can and then wrap inside the middle of the can (see photo for help).  Keep wrapping the yarn over and over until you can no longer see the chip label.  But don’t wrap too much, you do not want the strands overlapping too much.

 

wrapping can2

3.  When you are finished, tie off the yarn in a knot to secure.  Next, you want to wrap the bottom of the chip can with yarn.  Begin wrapping it across, and over, and keep turning the circle clockwise as you go, so you eventually cover the whole lid.  When you are finished, secure with a knot.

wrapping top

4.  Now it is time to assemble the top to the can.  Place the wrapped top on the tall can, then thread a yarn needle with yarn.  Sew on the top of the lid to the can by stitching through a loop on the can top, inside a loop of the tall can. See the photos for help.

    first stitchsecond stitch

5.  To finish off the Christmas card holder, I used a pretty Christmas floral pick. You could also use a pretty bow.  For the floral pick, just bend the wire holder as shown, then thread it into the top of the can, in between the yarn.  You can use some hot glue to secure.

    bent floral pickadding pick

6.  To add a card, just open up the card and slip it through one strand of yarn. Slide the card in so the yarn lies in the inside crease of the card.

 

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Pringle Tin – Christmas Card Holder

Christmas Crafts ---- kids-crafts-christmas-craftsRecycled Crafts ---- recycled-crafts

Pringle Tin – Christmas Card Holder

What you need

Empty tall chip can
Can opener
red or green yarn (or color of choice)
scissors
yarn needle
Christmas floral pick
hot glue gun




Instructions

1.  Begin the Christmas card holder by removing the bottom of the chip can with a can opener.  Save the bottom piece.

2.  Next, begin to wrap the red or green yarn around the chip can, lengthwise. The yarn will wrap around the entire length of the can and then wrap inside the middle of the can (see photo for help).  Keep wrapping the yarn over and over until you can no longer see the chip label.  But don’t wrap too much, you do not want the strands overlapping too much.

 

wrapping can2

3.  When you are finished, tie off the yarn in a knot to secure.  Next, you want to wrap the bottom of the chip can with yarn.  Begin wrapping it across, and over, and keep turning the circle clockwise as you go, so you eventually cover the whole lid.  When you are finished, secure with a knot.

wrapping top

4.  Now it is time to assemble the top to the can.  Place the wrapped top on the tall can, then thread a yarn needle with yarn.  Sew on the top of the lid to the can by stitching through a loop on the can top, inside a loop of the tall can. See the photos for help.

    first stitchsecond stitch

5.  To finish off the Christmas card holder, I used a pretty Christmas floral pick. You could also use a pretty bow.  For the floral pick, just bend the wire holder as shown, then thread it into the top of the can, in between the yarn.  You can use some hot glue to secure.

    bent floral pickadding pick

6.  To add a card, just open up the card and slip it through one strand of yarn. Slide the card in so the yarn lies in the inside crease of the card.

 

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Comments

  1. What a super use for those leftover cans and yarn! Looks like you can fit a lot of cards on too, what a bonus.

  2. This is a great idea. It not only displays your beautiful Christmas cards, but also doubles for a pretty arrangement for the center of your table.

  3. This is so kool, TFS!!!

  4. What a fantastic idea! Thank you! :D

  5. Great idea!
    Mine didn’t come out the best, but as I was going over the instructions I found out that I missed something. Oops!
    the pictures along the way were really helpful.
    Keep up with the good ideas!

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