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Use as a double boiler when you are melting wax for your
Fill with water and keep by the fire when camping (just in case).
Storage of nuts, bolts, small parts, etc.
Use for baking bread. (Paul)
Make a child's drum set out of coffee cans and plastic lids. (Paul)
Attach long, looped strings to the cans and let children use as stilts. (Casey)
Use to scoop dog food out of a bag. (Ree)
Cut a hole in the lid and use it as a bank. (Juan)
Use it as a cookie jar. (Juan)
Make it into a camp stove by cutting a square into the side of the can, turn it upside-down and place a piece of coal underneath. (Casey)
Fill with worms when going fishing. (Casey)
Decorate the can, punch 3 or 4 holes (spaced evenly) around the top rim for string, put a plant in it, and then hang it from the ceiling. (Sarah)
Push the upside-down can into the ground where you want to place a plant and then remove it. The can will pull out the soil, making digging a hole easy. (Jon's Dad)
Fill partly with sand and use as an outdoor ash tray. (Jon)
When camping, boil water in it for a cup of hot chocolate. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRINK OUT OF THE CAN!!!
Fill with batter for bread, muffins, etc. and bake in your oven. When ready to serve, cut out the other end of the can and pop the bread out. (Andrea)
Use as a crayon holder. (Misty)
Punch a hole in the bottom of two cans and attach them with a long string for a children's telephone. (Casey)
Make into a
. (Glamour Gal)
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