Le Marche Aux Fleurs - 'PARIS' France


A coffee can gets a makeover with burlap!

Le Marche Aux Fleurs


The burlap is held together with pearl-pins.


Supplies I used:
coffee can, silk flowers, burlap, jute string, fabric, woodworkers transfer tool 
(You can find it on my sidebar) 
image 
(Paris Flower Market)
wood fleur de lis, mirror gem, cardboard, small scissor from the craft store, chalk ink, chalk tag, clothespins, pearl pins, white glue and diamonds shapes printed off my laser printer.

I made a pocket for the clothespins.

I could see two or three of these coffee cans lined up across a table.

Happy Crafting! 

29 comments:

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Love this! I have got to check into your magic tool!

Carol

photography by suzanne said...

Lovin' that coffee can with the burlap wrap! What a cute idea!!! I have the woodworking tool ordered...can't wait for it to come!

Thanks again for such fun ideas.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I love this Dee! It looks great holding your flowers, too. Thanks for sharing the downloads. Projects like these are perfect for me right now as I am surrounded by boxes and a yard sale pile that continues to grow! : )

nádya said...

Hi Dee, you did a great job!!!! I just love, love your tin`s new clothes!!!!! You transformed this simple tin can into an elegant and charming vase!!! Excellent job as always!!!!

Rhissanna said...

Now I know why I've been saving those coffee tins...

Marianne said...

What a cute idea and a great way recycle a coffee can. I love it!
Marianne :)

Dido said...

Your all ways full of great ideas Dee. love this. Miss you sorry I don't get to chat much any more.
Di

Anonymous said...

I have to buy this tool!!! Love, love this idea, how do you think of so many creative ideas, great way to recycle those coffee cans.

Mary said...

Dee, this is such a great idea!! You are so creative to come up with all these wonderful uses for the woodworkers tool. And thank you so much for adding the graphic!! You are too kind a blogger. Mary

Daniella said...

DEE! You are so talented I am actually speechless!! THat is amazing!! You make everything sound so simple! But I know, if I tried that, it would NOT look like yours!
Gorgeous my friend!
xxDaniella

Firecracker Kid said...

Hi Dee:) This is so darling, I love it! Nicely done lady:)
xoxo~Carol

evie @ brown paper packages said...

So pretty! I love it!

❀ⒹⒺⒺ❀ said...

Thanks again for your sweet and thoughtful notes. :-)

The coffee can makeover is simple and easy to do.
I made it to copy. If anyone needs help just let me know.

Thanks for stopping by!
xo,
Dee

Richelle Kelley said...

You know I love the idea of the can being recycled...but Wow! This is super cute Dee!!!! Clever idea. The textures are nice and the blooms look REAL! Well done!!!

privatdetektiv said...

You shared such a marvelous also cute idea and a great way recycle a coffee can. I done same work with red and yellow color coffee can. I enjoyed lot.

Erin of HomeSavvyAtoZ.com said...

This is one fabulous coffee can! Thank you so much for linking up at Home Savvy today!

Любонька said...

Очень красиво смотрится мешковина, вышивка и цветы!

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Donna Heber said...

What an awesome project! I just love the Paris coffee can with the Fleur De Lis.

Gypsy Heart said...

I love this! I'm going to have to get that tool and try these gorgeous things you've shared.

xo
Pat

Gypsy Heart said...

I love this! I'm going to have to get that tool and try these gorgeous things you've shared.

xo
Pat

Simple Life Journey said...

What an adorable idea!

Honey at 2805 said...

Adorable! It's the prettiest coffee can I've ever seen!

Thank you for linking to Potpourri Friday and helping to make it a success! I appreciate you and hope you will link up again next week!

internet watch said...

Well, This is one fabulous coffee can, I seen same it in one of the bargain shop. And like to appreciate for for linking up at Home Savvy today.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Hello, Dee! I am linking from 2805, and I think this is the cutest project! I love it!!! :D

Ellen said...

This is the greatest. I love it. Your very talented.
Hugs,
Ellen

Terry said...

Dee, you did a great job, Your tin`s new clothes are marvelous, You transformed this simple tin can into an elegant and charming vase. Excellent job as always.
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Shenita @ Embellishments by SLR said...

Dee, this is so pretty! How creative you are!!! You did a beautiful job!

Little Miss Maggie said...

Love your idea. Really cute!

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