Friday, April 8, 2011

Finally! The Pringles Grab & Go Challenge is Here!

Hi Everyone!

These are my two new cans....
One will be for my craft table and one for my pens at work.

How about this idea?
I hate waiting for the glue to come out and I'm always looking for a place to lean the bottle.

Problem SOLVED!
Love is the GLUE that holds us together!

I have decided to leave the linky tool up indefinitely. That way you can add your cans to the post any time.
Now ... Later... its all good!

EDIT: A couple of folks have said that they can't find the cans. I just saw them at Circle K and Quick Trip.

I showed you mine... Let's see yours!
I am also linking to Laurie's Favorite Things Party because this is my new favorite little Craft!

Also Sherry at The Charm of Home for Home Sweet Home


Blondie's Journal said...

These are amazing...what a great idea, Liz. I saw one on Laura's blog and loved it. I'm not very creative but I'll try to come up with an idea. It sounds fun!


Bargain Decorating with Laurie said...

Oh Liz, you are so pretty, I'm ashamed to post mine. Love all of the frills you added to yours, and what a clever idea for the glue bottle! Thank you for this fun party. laurie

The Charm of Home said...

These are beautiful! Your embellishments are so pretty. I love what you did here. Fun way to recycle. Thanks for linking up!

Lisa said...

You did such a beautiful job! I think I will do some more to put itunes cards in for my kids at Easter. You are so sweet to host this. It was such fun!

GardenOfDaisies said...

These are so pretty! I'll have to stop back by tomorrow to see everyones creative cans. I wish I had seen this before tonight.

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Such a sweet transformation! So pretty. Looks like a lot of fun. Hmmm... What would I do?

Unknown said...

I bet the family of the man that invented the pringle can would love to see this. He recently passed away and his ashes were buried in a pringle can. I read where his kids argued for a bit over what flavor can it should be before going to Walgreens and getting a can of original pringles on the way to the funeral home!

I love all the creations so far can't wait to see the additions! Now following! Thanks so much for stopping by!

~Mikey @ Shabby French Cottage

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Describe the "glue holder" can -- what's inside that is propping the glue? Great ideas all around!

Anonymous said...

Oh, Liz! These are just fantastic! I love them and they're so very pretty. I could poke all kinds of things in them. Now if I could sit still long enough... :)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Karen said...

You did a great job! I wanted to join in so bad - but do you know I cannot find those size pringles cans ANYWHERE!!!! Maybe they don't have them in CA. I even went to Wal Mart yesterday and looked. Nothing. Not at any market or's a MYSTERY!
So think up something else soon! I wanna play too!
:) Karen

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Liz Sweetie...
My gosh these are just beautiful. I am off to get groceries, and I too, am going to give it a whirl. I need a place for my pens at work and my scissors here by my sewing machine. You have inspired me to try as well. I will post a photo once I get my cans and my creative juices to flowing.

Now please email me the instructions on the rose headband. I so want to make a couple, and I am just waiting for instructions to get started. I wanted to get them done in time for Easter for the grand daughters. I thought it would be fun.

Thank you for the beautiful share. I love the burlap and pearl combination, it is gorgeous. Have a beautiful rainy weekend. It is sure cool outside this morning.

Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Unknown said...

Great idea....would love to participate, but I eat Lays and I can't get that bag to stand Thanks for stopping by.....just became your newest follower.

Cherrie said...

They are so cute!

lvroftiques said...

Hi Liz! Between you and Laurie I have NEVER seen a pringles can look this good! Beautiful job! Vanna

Scribbler said...

These are so cute! Thanks for stopping by my blog -- it's nice to make new blogger friends. I don't think I have had a Pringle's chip in years. Very interesting what Mikey had to say about the guy who invented them -- I like these funny little factoids.

Heaven's Walk said...

Cute ideas, Liz! What a bunch of creative gals out there! :) I wanted to thank you for stopping by Heaven's Walk and leaving your funny comment! lol! I hope that you get your vacation soon - and that it's as good as mine was! :)

xoxo laurie

Anonymous said...

What great little containers you have fashioned!! I didn't even know there were small Pringles cans like this!

I just got the tute on my ruffled purse up on my blog!

bee blessed

LadyV said...

Very pretty and what a great idea for using up scrapping supplies. I'm glad I stopped by.

Thanks for visiting my blog and for your kind comments.

Sweet European Dreams said...

these are SO fun! We go through oodles of Pringles cans, so I'm bookmarking this for future. Thanks so much for sharing! -diane

Ginger said...

Liz dont know if you looked but I posted the match box I sent you for my Pink Saturday post. Love the pringle cans. I made one quite a while ago, think I will post it on your blog.


Your's are darling! Loving the Birdie one!

~*~Leanne~*~ said...

Hi Liz,
What a fun idea!!! I'm loving the papers and lace and extras you used on your Pringles cans. What a great excuse to eat potato chips!
Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Enjoy your day,

Farah said...

First time Liz... its my first time to your such a beautiful and creative blog... First of all your blog appearance is so lovely and feminine that it touches the heart.... (I am not flirting by God).. than your posts ... what beautiful cans you create ... simple beauty... so pretty ... And I am feeling sad that I dont have anyone to link up with your party... very soon I will do some... so beautiful Liz and I am truly happy from my heart to get you ... I am your new follower too
I would love if you please peek a little at
Sure you will find a crafty project of your choice from my library…
Love and hugs from Pakistan