DIY: Vintage Utz Potato Chip Tin Cooler
Hello everyone! I hope you are all doing well and enjoying this lovely month of September. September is such a lovely time in Coastal North Carolina and typically this time of year is quite beautiful and I love to take our dog River for walks in the evening and it’s just a perfect time to finish projects around the house as the humidity is much improved.
I don’t know about you but I love a project that is quick and simple. This project is just that and it’s fun too especially if you are trying to video tape a tutorial LOL! The Viking and I both love going thrift and bargain shopping and looking for finds. We love the Habitat For Humanity Re-store it is one of our favorites.
This project was all the Viking’s idea but I love it and I had to share it with all of you! I love vintage, I love Utz potato chips, and I love free so it was a win win since this tin was a dumpster diving find.
Part 1 of our DIY: Vintage Utz Potato Chip Tin Cooler can be viewed below:
I call this Part one of our video but really it covers the entire post….if you have any questions just ask me and we will be happy to help and answer your questions. Your insulation/foam for this project is going to be sized based upon your tin size.
We brought this tin filled with our homemade wine to a local music festival and it was quite the conversation piece. It can store an entire gallon of wine or you can place bottles as well in it and most efficiently you can stack soda cans or other beverages in it as well. Coincidentally this is a “Dumpster Diving” find. I love sharing those with ya’ll!
I just finished making some peach salsa…yum…blog post coming soon! I hope you all enjoy the tutorial and I think you will all agree that you could use this vintage cooler in a variety of ways you could even just fill it up with picnic fixings.
Lots going on at our homestead this time of year…what about on yours? What are you up to right now?