Recycled Dry Dog Food Container

6:26:00 AM

I've done a few posts about the things I've made for our dog in the past and you can read about them below. 

Recycled Dog Food Container

Today I'm creating a container for her dry dog food by recycling a large popcorn tin leftover from Christmas. 

Recycled Dry Dog Food Container

The dog has a little corner of our kitchen with a DIY dog fence designating her area. 

Recycled Dry Dog Food Container storage

The sketch is one my daughter did of our dog Kody that is sadly no longer with us. 

The dry food used to be sitting out on the table but not now that we have this cute and easy to make dog food storage tin. 

Recycled Dry Dog Food Container storage with vinyl paw prints

I spray painted the popcorn tin white with a spray chalky paint. A couple of coats was all it needed.

When the paint dried I cut out paw prints and the words DOG FOOD with my Silhouette Machine. It didn't take long to get good at this machine and now I want to add words and vinyl designs to everything!

 Dry Dog Food Container storage with vinyl paw prints

That's it, end of tutorial. The finished dog food storage bin looks so much better sitting on the table than the dog food bag. 

Recycled Dry Dog Food Container storage with vinyl lettering

Luckily I've been saving these tins for a while because I'm thinking I need to make another one for the cat food now! 

I'm including my Amazon affiliate links so you can create a project like this one. I will get a few cents with your purchase and there is no additional cost to you.  

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