Monday, October 26, 2015

Recycled Soda Can Wall Art






Are you feeling guilty about those cans of soda your family drinks everyday?  Hopefully you're diligent about recycling but why not make something crafty with all that aluminum?  A craft project that's almost unbelievable since it's made out of soda cans and wire hangers.  

These unique looking wall flowers were hand cut, using a freehand flower pattern, shaped with added pieces of coat hangers and soda cans for leaves and stems, all shaped into lovely flowers and painted using acrylic and chalk paints. Then assembled on 9" x 12" canvases using E6000 and hot glue.














                                                       Don't you just love recycling?


Take a little time to enjoy

and

Happy Crafting!





28 comments:

  1. Love it! Hope you're having a good week.
    Hugs,
    Cecilia

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  2. Your flowers turned out beautiful!!

    Thanks for joining us on the #OMHGWW and hope you will join us on the #OMHGFF on Thursdays at 4:00 PM

    Pinned!!
    Have a beautiful week.
    Karren

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  3. These are really beautiful, and I sure would never think they were made from soda cans. They really look
    pretty hanging in your dining area. Great job............
    Blessings, Nellie

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  4. once again astounding and beautiful art from a soda can! So lovely and so great you share the diy with us!!

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  5. Wow! Your creations are stunning Gail!

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  6. So creative! Love how they turned out! Have a great week :)

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  7. These are so lovely. I would never have guessed they were made from soda cans. Great recycle.
    Thanks for sharing at Turn It Up Tuesday,
    Bev

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  8. These are awesome! Great recycling project.

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  9. this is so cool thanks for sharing pinned have a great Halloween

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  10. Wow, very creative! You would never in a million years know they were created from soda cans! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  11. These are wonderful pieces of art. I would love to hang them in my house and no one would have any idea what they were made from. Thank you for the inspiration!

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  12. These are beautiful!! I would love to have you share at my new link party: http://craftymomsshare.blogspot.com/2015/10/crafty-weekend-thanksgiving-activity.html.

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  13. OH WOW, so beautiful, thanks for linking up to Inspire Me Monday, featuring this in just a little bit :)

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  14. Hi Gail,
    Wow you are really so creative and I love this wall art you made!
    Thanks for sharing this at Cooking and Crafting with J & J.
    We love having you and I hope you have a nice week.
    Julie xo

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  15. Wow! I've never seen art like this! The title caught my attention right away. So interesting and creative. Love the final product :) I'm featuring your art at the Talented Tuesday party tomorrow. I hope you'll stop by to see it!
    Lindi @ Love Create Celebrate

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  16. This is so super creative and looks beautiful!! Thank you for sharing with our Wordless Wednesday Link Party. I am very proud to feature this project on the blog today, come by and grab your button! Have a great week http://fromevijawithlove.com/2015/11/03/wordless-wednesday-link-party-1-november/ xxx

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  17. These flowers turned out amazing! I can't believe they are made out of soda cans, wow! I love that they are on canvas, that makes them stand out even more. Very unique!

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  18. This is SO adorable! :)

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  19. Just stopping by and letting you know this post was picked as one of the features on #HomeMattersParty this week. You can check it out here http://adventuresfrugalmom.com/home-matters-linky-party-62/. Make sure the grab the I was featured button and display it probably. Congrats and thanks for stopping by and linking up.

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  20. wooow...it's such a great idea indeed..and it looks beautiful..

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  21. 2 questions, what kind of paint did you use? And, where did that stem come from in the 6th picture come from/what is it?

    Really beautiful and creative work! I'm going to try doing something similar but with a different color scheme :)

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  22. Kwiaty wyglądają znakomicie, świetny pomysł. Pozdrawiam. Ala

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  23. This is totally beautiful! Nice job:)

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  24. This is totally beautiful! Nice job:)

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  25. Can I buy yours! Love them! I've loved those for years! Way out of reach. Yours look incredible!

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