Paid PostPosted on May 20, 2020Three Easy Ways To Upcycle Jars And Cans That Will Make You Feel Like A Craft GeniusLet your friends know that you’re DIY royalty with Campbell's®.by Campbell's®Brand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Chances are, after spending so much time eating in recently, you have a lot of these hanging around your house: Eileen Connors / BuzzFeed And some of these, and some of these: Eileen Connors / BuzzFeed Why not use these cans and jars to get creative?! Here are some easy-to-execute DIYs that will keep you busy and entertained for hours. 1. Succulent Garden Kate Gnetetsky / BuzzFeed What you'll need: Campbell's® soup cans of various sizes, succulent soil, small succulents, and a potting scoop. Kate Gnetetsky / BuzzFeed Directions: Simply wash out the cans, fill them halfway with soil, and repot the succulents. Easy peasy! Keep the classic labels on the cans to give them that chic Pop Art look. Voilà! Kate Gnetetsky / BuzzFeed Congratulations, you have a stunning Pop Art succulent garden. Bonus Points Kate Gnetetsky / BuzzFeed Directions: You can take this project to the next level by painting the cans and adding some texture. Peel off the labels, turn the cans upside down on a big piece of paper, and be sure to spray-paint them outside. When the paint dries, hammer the sides of each can to create the desired effect. Kate Gnetetsky / BuzzFeed What you'll need: Spray paint, a hammer, and paper or a tarp to spray on. 2. Kitchen Utensil Holder Eileen Connors / BuzzFeed What you'll need: A Pace jar, brushes, acrylic paint, and some ribbon. Eileen Connors / BuzzFeed Directions: After removing the label and letting the jar dry, use your brushes to paint the inside of it. For runnier paint, you can pour inside and then roll the jar to coat. Dry overnight before applying a second coat. Add the ribbon around the mouth of the jar and you're done! 3. Glow-in-the-Dark Lava Lamp Kate Gnetetsky / BuzzFeed If you have bored kids at home, this one's for you!What you'll need: A Pace jar, water, nontoxic photoluminescent powder, vegetable oil, food coloring, and antacid tablets. Kate Gnetetsky / BuzzFeed Directions: Peel the label off the Pace jar. Fill three-quarters of the jar with vegetable oil. Mix about a quarter cup of water with a pinch of photoluminescent powder and pour the mixture into the vegetable oil. Add several drops of food coloring, drop in half an antacid tablet, and turn off the lights. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Kate Gnetetsky / BuzzFeed You can keep adding antacid tablets to make the lava bubble so your kids will be entertained FOREVER. Do you have any favorite upcycle projects you've made with jars and cans? Let us know in the comments! Ready for your next upcycle project? Stock up on Campbell's®.