Unexpected Uses for Leftover Wallpaper
Wallpaper as Tin Can Camoflage
Andy Warhol elevated the soup can to a work of art, and so can you. Replace the chipped mugs that have been holding your No.
2’s with aluminum cans wrapped in leftover strips of wallpaper. Here's how to do it:
- Step 1: Clean. Thoroughly wash, rinse, and dry an empty can and peel off the label.
- Step 2: Cut. Use the label as your pattern to cut the correct-size strip of wallpaper. If the label is not intact, use a measuring tape to determine height and width.
- Step 3: Cover. Secure the strip to the can with double-sided tape along the top, the bottom, and the seam.
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