Step 4: stacking the cans

make a column by taping one can on top of another. Decide how big you want the seat of the chair and then you know how many columns to make.
<p>Clever and something most of us could do - even if we get help with making a cover! I've used plastic milk crates to make a lounge in my younger days and cans as supports for shelves and bookcases, but I've never thought of this use for them. Well done!</p>
This is ingenious. Love it!
Yessss! Think of the possibilities!
I like the idea, but I would use something other than tape to secure the legs, if you did I'm sorry, I just glanced at it.
I do plan to replace the can legs with store-bought chair legs eventually.
Very green! I like it!

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