Here's a neat one from Little House in the Suburbs to make these leaf ornaments from aluminum cans. There are more photos over on the site and they look beautiful adorning her holly bush
10th Muse Studios used the same concept to show us all how to make some cute pop can flower magnents at her blog
The new new blog has a great tutorial to use aluminum cans for pendants and jewlery.
This one's not a tutorial, but it's a fabulous Haute Coutoure dress made from all kinds of recycled materials including cans, labels, bottles and bags. I surely wouldn't want to wear it, but it's always neat to see this artistic visions done with recycled materials. I wonder how much this dress weighs??
Susan Beal at Craft Stylish has shared her idea to recycle cans along with wire and beads to make pretty little hanging baskets for a spring birthday or garden party. I love this idea your decorations are recycleable and reusable and living flowers! Great idea Susan!
Remember May Day when you were a young girl? I do! I loved making those little paper baskets and filling them with whatever flowers were within my reach. I wonder if those neighbors ever asked themselves how many of the flowers in my little May Day gift basket were harvested in their own yard? :0)
Here's another use for a recycled can from Skip To My Lou. You can do this one with your own children or grandchildren and pass the tradition of May Day on to a new generation, while teaching a valuable lesson in recycling and reuse too!
Lady Gaga actually wore hers out and about, but you can use cans as hair rollers to form big beautiful curls.
Martha Stewart has a really cute "robot dog" idea that you can make from tin cans. He's even got little roller feet, so your little ones can take him for a walk! Very very cute!