Valentine Decorations with Pringles Lids

Posted by on January 27, 2015 in Crafts, Holidays, Valentines | 20 comments

Valentine Decorations with Pringles Lids is a reuse and recycle craft! It is very inexpensive and fun to make as well.

I like the Pringles Lids because they are clear. All the other plastic lids on cans I have found are translucent; not clear. This clear lid makes a great project for Valentines (as well as other holidays) as a window decoration or for hanging from a chandelier.

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When making as a window decoration, you only need to decorate one side. ( This is easier for young children.) I’ve decorated both sides and repeated the same design matching each of the stickers on the back side, but you only need to do this if you are going to hang them from a chandelier.

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By using sparkle foam self-stick stickers or any Valentine sticker, the application is easy. A few glitzy, rhinestone stickers add a little sparkle! I happened to get a red rhinestone ribbon 70% off after Christmas so I used that for the edging. Just cutting a row of two wide and applying it to the edge with a glue gun, finishes it off nicely. If you don’t have this, glue the edge with a tacky glue and roll in pink, white or red sparkle glitter to finish it off or a 1/4 ” seasonal ribbon works, too.  Younger children will find it easier to roll the edge in glitter.

 

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Punch a hole in the lid and add fish line or ribbon for hanging. Now, hang your “Valentine Decoration” creations in the window or from a chandelier.  

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Enjoy! 

Phyllis

 

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20 Comments

  1. The valentine pringle lids are very unique and I love them! Stop by another Fabulous Friday and share another project… Maria

  2. What a cute and lovely simple project Phyllis! Great idea.
    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  3. Thanks for coming by and sharing at the #HomeMattersParty 🙂 Hope to see you again next week.

    ~Lorelai
    Life With Lorelai

  4. Pinned this from sugar bee crafts. Great list!

  5. We have tons of these laying around! GREAT idea!!

  6. These are just adorable, thanks for sharing

  7. As a kindergarten teacher I am always looking for projects just like this! I love that it repurposes and reuses and item. What a great lesson!
    Maren

  8. This is so creative! Thank you for sharing at The Thursday Favorite Things blog hop xo

  9. These pringles lids look awesome! I love the ‘hanging from a chandelier’ idea! Thanks for sharing at our creative craft challenge link up!

  10. These are beautiful – and what a great idea. Thank you for linking to #PoCoLo x

  11. Thanks for the ideas! I’ve pinned you onto my Pinterest board

    • Thank you so much! Glad you like the ideas!

  12. How cute and clever! You could add a small hole and some fishing line and hang these too. Imagine the sunshine sparkling off the glitter and stones. Hope to see you linking up at the Home Matters Linky Party. 🙂

    ~Lorelai @ Life With Lorelai
    #HomeMattersParty

    • YES, I have done that, but the photos weren’t great so I didn’t include them.

  13. Very cute. What a great idea to use Pringles Lids.Thanks for shaing on the Spring Craft Blog Hop.Sharing!

  14. What a great valentine’s day craft! Who knew Pringle’s lids would make such excellent sun-catchers. I would love if you added this project to the Spring Craft Blog Hop #SCBH2015!

    • I’ll do that! Thanks for stopping by!

  15. What a great idea! These are really cute… and easy….. thank you for sharing this. 🙂

  16. This is such a lovely idea! And a great way to reuse the lids. #PoCoLo

  17. What a great idea and so many things you could do with them #PoCoLo

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