Pringles cans have a good shape and solid construction, and they can be made into many other things. Making crafts with Pringles cans can be a fun activity to do with your child. The variety of crafts will keep you and your child occupied on a rainy afternoon.
Cover the top portion of the can with peach-coloured felt to simulate skin tone. Add googly eyes, a cotton-ball beard and hair, red felt for a coat and hat, and white felt for ermine trim. Apply the felt, cotton beard and hair with hot glue.
Marbling, Pringles-Can Style
Marbling is a painting technique that originated in 12th-century Japan. In Europe, the technique was used by book binders to create decorative end papers for their books. You can recreate a form of marbling using a Pringles can, a marble and some paint. Put a piece of paper inside a Pringles can so it lines the interior. Put a selection of paints in dishes. Submerge a marble in a dish of paint, then put it inside a capped Pringles can and shake it. The paint will transfer from the marble onto the paper in a random fashion. Repeat the process with all of the selected paints.
Either choose pages from a vintage magazine or newspaper or create your own vintage art and affix it to the Pringles can with craft glue. Cover the can with varnish.
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