14. DIY Outdoor Candle Lantern
You would never guess that this little candle lantern was made out of a tuna can! You could make a few variations using a hurricane, stemless wine glass, or small vase– or whatever you can find for a reasonable price at thrift stores. Check out the full instructions for this clever project over at In My Own Style.
15. Tin Can Caddy
Just look at how much stuff this DIY tin can art caddy can hold! It keeps everything organized and in view for easy access. Simply rest it on top of a lazy susan to make it even more handy. Check out the full details and instructions here.
Even easier, if you need an art caddy that is portable and interchangeable, simply fill a large muffin tin with plastic cups to store all kinds of supplies.
17. DIY Soda Tab Bracelet
This is the ultimate craft when it comes to recycling! This DIY bracelet is actually pretty darn cute, too. My daughter would be all over this project. You can also use colorful ribbon or string in place of hemp. Just don’t forget to save those soda can tabs! Check it out here.
18. DIY Ball Maze
This will keep the little ones busy for hours, and it won’t cost a dime! With just a little bit of cutting and glueing, your kids will have their very own ball maze. Let them experiment with marbles, golf balls, and mini toy cars. Check out the tutorial here.
19. Light Bulb Vase
Upcycle those used bulbs into cute little flower vases using pliers to disassemble the hardware. You can either make a wire stand or hang them using twine — these would be super cute for outdoor gatherings! Check out the detailed tutorial over at The Merry Thought.