By now you have probably seen someone make something out of recycled soda can tabs.
Somewhere down the line, a person figured out that the little aluminum tabs are great for crafting, and with good reason.
People have gone as far as making purses, dresses, and entire works of art by ONLY using the tabs! It’s insane!
Those options are a little over the top, but here are 10 doable and worthwhile reasons to use soda can tabs!
Bulky jewelry is popular right now, so you might as well embrace it! Even better, you can do it using stuff you have at home, like can tabs, and never spend a dime! Check it out here.
Who knew hundreds of soda can tabs hanging from the ceiling of your bedroom could be so beautiful and relaxing! This is perfect for a teenager. Check it out here.
3. Hanger extenders
Cut down the bulk in your closet with this trick. It allows you to attach one hanger (or more) to another one vertically, which saves so much room! Check it out here.
You never realized this is the lampshade you’ve been searching for until now. It’s got that industrial, modern feel to it, and the light it emits is so calming. Check it out here.
If you don’t already have this for your keys, you’re doing things wrong. If you do have a lanyard, now you can step up your game with soda can tabs. Either way, it’s a must. Check it out here.
Again, it’s insane how beautiful something pulled from a soda can look. Plus, it’s fun to experiment with the different colored aluminum. Check it out here.
This one went about using the cans a little differently than most of the other projects, but it still looks great. Plus, it would go with every single outfit! Check it out here.
8. Peace sign decor
All you need is cardboard, tabs, and glue to make this one -- and it gives your pre-teen something to keep them busy this weekend. Check it out here.
The vase is so cute, it almost takes away from the beautiful flowers! But, it’s definitely a fun way to mix it up. Check it out here.
10. Hang a painting
Really, use soda can tabs to hang anything on a wall. They can withstand a surprising amount of pressure and work well for pieces that don’t come with any hooks on the back. Check it out here.