Tuna Tins Mini Easter Garden Baskets

by Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

Tuna Tins Mini Easter Garden Baskets

Upcycle empty tuna fish tins and make them into decorative mini Easter garden baskets for flower arrangements, wreaths and to arrange at the base of twiggy Easter trees.

Download and print the digital papers. Cut on dimensions to match the external size of your tin.

Glue the paper cuttings on the tins.

Cut pieces of the Worbla WRA sheet, heat and form little egg shapes.

Cut two strips of the Worbla sheet about 1.5cm wide and a bit longer than half the perimeter of the tin.

Pierce two holes on the sides of the tins. Pierce holes about 1cm on the long edges of the Worbla strips.

Secure the Worbla strips with the pearl brads onto the tins to make the basket handles.

Glue the wooden slices inside the tins and place the moss. Add the bunnies, ribbon bows and the rest of the embellishments. ♥

Products Mentioned

  • Buddly Crafts 12mm Flatback Flower Pearls 80pcs - Assorted
  • Buddly Crafts 12mm Pearl Brads - 24pcs Ivory BR1
  • Buddly Crafts 50mm Tiny Fluffy Bunny Rabbits 3pcs - Fawn
  • Buddly Crafts 50mm Tiny Fluffy Bunny Rabbits 3pcs - Ivory
  • Buddly Crafts Wooden Ladybird Stickers - 30pcs 8x11mm
  • Eline's House Digital Papers - In the Meadow 1
  • Knorr Prandell 1-4cm Birch Tree Bark Slices - 50g #216491090
  • Knorr Prandell 6mm Satin Ribbon Roll - 5m - Olive Green #148
  • Knorr Prandell Decorative Icelandic Moss 50g - Lime Green #6694420
  • Knorr Prandell Hole Piercing Tool #397
  • Papermania Multi-Purpose Heat Tool PMA401300
  • Ranger Heat It Craft Tool UK Plug
  • Stick It! Hot Melt Glue Gun - UK Plug STI 2000
  • Tim Holtz Non-Stick Micro Serrated Scissors - 18cm (7
  • Worbla flameRed Art (WRA) Thermoplastic Modelling & Moulding Sheet - 180mm x 250mm x 1mm

Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

Hi! My name is Kyriakos and I live in Greece. I enjoy learning new techniques and mixing various materials in my projects. My favourite materials are metallic foils, charms and wires which you can see in the photos on my website.