I'm Back! I just got home last night from 5 days at the Colorado River. Amazing time! Since I just got back I thought I would show you guys the project I did last minute before we left.
Super simple steps after the jump!
(I didn't take any pictures because I did this at 1am the night before our trip. Nothing like last minute right?)
FIRST: I took an old vinyl table cloth and measured a strip to the size of my coozie and cut it out, leaving a little extra room for overlap.
SECOND: I used spray glue to first spray the back of the fabric and then I wrapped it around the coozie. This step is easier if you put a can in the coozie first. (I didn't do this, but I would suggest using hot glue to "seal" that edge.)
THIRD: Using some emblishments I had on hand, I decorated the coozies with different ribbon and wood letters so we could tell our drinks apart. I used hot glue for the ribbon and the letters.
That's all! They held up pretty well too. The spray glue was wearing off a little by the end of the trip but for a Dollar each plus some on-hand stuff these are so cheap and cute we can just make new ones next year. Granted it was 110 degrees and they got wet a bunch and crushed in our beach bags so they really held up pretty good.
I got some guff from the guys on the trip for drinking beer out of such a "cute" can-coozie but all the girls wanted one :)
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