Can crafts are a great way to teach recycling and have a crafty fun time!
These 25 Recycled Tin Can Crafts For Kids are a blast for the whole family because they’re everything from fun decorations to interesting art pieces that you might not have ever thought up. You and your kids are going to have a blast with these! Enjoy!
Bowl for pigs with this fun homemade Angry Birds game!
Set up a crafting station outside using painted cans to carry the supplies.
Boom boom, ain’t it great to be crazy! Especially on tin can bongo drums!
Create gorgeous candle holders by painting tin cans and use them year round.
Make a fun Crayola vase for that teacher or babysitter your kids love so much.
Your kids will love getting whacky and wild making their own tin can crazy bots.
Man’s best friend? Man’s tin can best friend!
Via Martha Stewart
How awesome are these tin can cans made from fabric and other crafting supplies!
Via Uncommon Designs
Decorate your garden with tin can flowers. They’re in bloom year round.
Via We Made That
Or add a few not-so-pesky creatures to make things colorful even before the growing starts.
Your tech kid is going to go crazy making this pencil holder out of an old keyboard!
Bring the love with this can love bug.
This locker can is magnetized so your older kiddo can keep it out of the way in their school locker.
Via Crafts By Amanda
This crazy can marionette family wiggle, jiggle, and dance…
Create fun kid art by using cans as noise makers!
These silly planter faces make perfect gifts from your crafty kid to their favorite adult.
Via Live Craft Love
You might have to collect a few cans to make this robot, but the final assembly is worth all that work.
Via Thrifty Fun
Create a process art experience your kiddo’s will remember by using cans to roll the paint onto paper!
Via Playful Learning
This tin can scarecrow isn’t very scary. In fact, he’s there to welcome everyone to your humble abode.
Want to have fun crafting with Dr. Seuss? Make this tin can hat made just for a cat.
Via Plaid Online
Create some punch can lanterns in the shapes of your favorite Star Wars episodes and send your child to dreamland thinking about the stars.
Tin can cans are great, but add some lids and you’ve got a perfect secret storage place for all your child’s favorite things.
Want to really dream amongst the stars? Use constellations to create constellation cans that’ll shine onto the walls.
Uga chaka uga chaka…these tiki torch cans are perfect for a backyard survivor game at your own home.
Via Craft Foxes
Give your little train enthusiast a craft they’ll adore with this tin can train. Choo Choo!
Via Thrifty Fun