How to Upcycle a Pringles Container With Petaloo Flowers

by Denise Hahn

Turn in Pringle container in to a cool candy or gift box!


  • Authentique Thrilling Paper Kit
  • Paper trimmer
  • Xyron Adhesive
  • Petaloo Flowers
  • Petaloo Trims
  • Xyron Foam Squares
  • Xacto Knife
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    First eat all the Pringles! Wipe out inside container with damp paper towel. Cut a 9.5 inch, x 9.5 inch MINUS 1/8th of an inch. The slightly smaller side will line up vertical

    Step 2

    Next Trace around the lid and cut out a circle just inside the trace lines- pop it into the lid

    Step 3

    Cut yourself a slit for the tab opener. I used a wide trim, but if you have a smaller one cut accordingly

    Step 4

    Pull trim through. If its narrower trim you can just tie a knot under

    Step 5

    Mine was wide so I just used a touch of hot glue to secure

    Step 6

    Now to cover the can- pre roll paper to make it easier to fit- make sure the smaller edged is vertical

    Step 7

    Add some Xyron tape runner to both long edges.

    Step 8

    TIP: to line up perfectly just use one of the straight edges of the ingredients as a guide. When I closed it- I added a little line of hot glue to make sure it was extra secure

    Step 9

    Now you can decorate away however you want! Here is what I did. I picked a focal piece from the Authentique papers and put Xyron Foam Squares on the back

    Step 10

    Then I used hot glue to adhere my Petaloo flowers, trims, and the little Petaloo Vintage plate.

    Step 11

    to make this accent I wrapped the ric rac around # fingers and used about 6 inches to tie it off in the middle. Then just poofed it out

    Step 12

    Step 13

    These are Petaloos Burlap flowers- So perfect for Halloween!

    Step 14

    I filled mine with candy for a gift- great for a teacher! There are tons of possibilities

    Step 15

    you can find more about Petaloo flowers at and please stop by my blog at for more crafty ideas

    Step 16

    Step 17

    This is a Petaloo Vintage Label Plate- I just lined it up- used my Xacto to poke the brad holes- then added the Authentique BOO sticker behind. Buying a collection kits gives you many options

    Step 18