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Equipment- A 13 cm x 30 cm chipboard - 8 chipboard screws - 6 large format cans - A plastic handle 25 cm long and 2 cm wide maximum - Acrylic paint - A nail - A brush - A hammer - A Phillips screwdriver
Budget: 10 euros Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
2. While your board is drying, prepare the cans. Using a nail and a hammer, make a small hole at the top of each of them (about one centimeter from the edge).
3. Then paint the outside of your cans. With your nail, go back into the hole made beforehand so as not to block it. My little tip to avoid getting paint all over your fingers is to slide your hand inside the inverted box to stabilize it, and paint the outline with the other hand. Leave to dry for at least 1 hour.
4. Screw your painted cans to the board using your screwdriver.
5. With your hammer and nail, make two holes at the ends of the handle.
6. Screw the handle to your board.
And There you go ! Your cutlery storage is ready to use.
Practical, I use it to quickly set up my outdoor table. This saves me from having to navigate too often between my kitchen and my terrace. If you have a kitchen and a dining room, this cutlery tray will save you just as much time! I really like the clever and ecological side of reusing the boxes that we would have discarded initially. Now it's up to you to play and customize your cutlery storage: bright colors, pastels, iridescent for the holidays… You can even use it to install aromatic plants or it can also serve as beauty storage. All variations are possible! Did you like this tutorial? Send us photos of your super recovered cutlery tray via our Facebook page, and find other ideas on our Pinterest!