Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 Tin Can Challenge

Welcome to Waste Not Wednesday Week 40. This week the Waste Not Wednesday link party is putting the spotlight on making something from a tin can.  Yes, the ultimate recycle project. My very creative co-hosts have all shared their own trash to treasure experience and they all have fabulous creativity that will inspire you to think before you toss.

At the end of this post, please leave a link to your favorite trash to treasure project and bonus points if you share something you made from a tin can. Most importantly, go visit my very talented co-hosts so you can be inspired by their creativity!

Waste Not Wednesday Meet Your Hosts

Sam @ Raggedy Bits | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Google + |  Twitter

Denise @ My Thrifty House | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Google + | Twitter

Toni @ Small Home Soul | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Google + | Twitter

Kellie @ Gratefully Vintage | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Google + | Twitter

Please make sure you take the time to click the  links below and do a blog hop for more details about our projects for Waste Not Wednesday Week 40.

Waste not Wednesday at raggedy bits

Vintage Farmhouse Tin Can Outdoor Game

Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 Tin Can Project from Raggedy Bits

Waste Not Wednesday My Thrifty House

Painted Metal Flower Made from Tin Cans

Painted Metal Flower Made from Tin Cans

Waste Not Wednesday small home soul

Recycled Tin Can Lantern and Planters

Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 tin can project from Small Home Soul

Waste Not Wednesday gratefully vintage

Projects with a Tin Can
Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 tin can projects from Gratefully Vintage

 

Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 Link Party

How does a link party work?

Every Wednesday the four of us will host a new link party. By linking your recent homemade project or recipe to the bottom of this post a thumbnail image will be added to the collage with a link to your blog so that  we can visit your blog and see what you have been making.

Your project could be featured!

Each week one of my crafty friends and myself will choose our personal favorite link of the week and highlight the most clicked link of the week. If you are featured on one of our blogs, grab the featured button and share the good news with your crafty friends. {Put the button on your blog and share it on Facebook too.} If your post is featured we will also add it to the Waste Not Wednesday {WNW} Pinterest Board.

Waste not wednesday Sam Pick

Coffee Bar Car from Family for Five

Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 Coffee Cart from Farmhouse for Five

Executive Desk Makeover from Art is Beauty

Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 Executive Desk Makeover from Art is Beauty

Antique Table Makeover from Home with Mimi

Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 Antique Table Makeover from Home with Mimi

DIY Monogram Wall Decor from Making it in the Mountains

Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 DIY Monogram Wall Decor from Making it in the Mountains

Most Clicked Post of the Waste Not Wednesday Week 40

How To Create An Apothecary Label from Home Road

Waste Not Wednesday Week 40 apothecary label on a vintage hanging bottle from Home Road

Waste Not Wednesday Rules

  • Please no repeat links.
  • Please make sure that you link to your own specific post and not your home page.
  • All links must belong to you.
  • Please do not link up any other link parties, giveaways or a product you are selling unless it comes with a tutorial.
  • We want this party to stay around so don’t just link and run. Be sure to stop by at least 2 other links and show some love.
  • Please don’t pin from the thumbnails in this post. Click on the link and pin from original source.
  • By linking up here at Waste Not Wednesday you are giving us permission to use your photos and links to promote the party, or in other round ups.
  • You can link up to 3 of your DIY, Home Décor, Craft projects or recipes.
  • It would be greatly appreciated to follow us on one social platform.

Now link up below and let’s see your best trash to treasure project!


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