The materials you will need:
-A Round Recycled (hopefully) Container (oatmeal or formula cans work best)
-Paper to Cover Your Container (I used 2 pieces of 12x12 scrapbook paper)
-Paper Trimmer/Cutter or Scissors
-Newspaper or Plastic Tablecloth (to protect your working surface)
Helpful Hint: Check your measurement with the lid removed for accuracy.
Every container is going to be slightly different. But my container measured 7.25" in length.
Helpful Hint: Once you have cut your pieces of paper hold them up to the container to make sure they will fit snuggly onto the container.
Once you have your two pieces of paper cut and you have checked them to make sure they will work well you can move onto the next step.
Helpful Hint: Because your pieces of paper will overlap one another, you will need to add Mod Podge to the overlapping sections (as seen above). Getting glue on top of your paper is not a problem and any glue that is visible will dry to clear.
Helpful Hint: Again, you will want to keep the Mod Podge to a minimum when coating the top of the paper to eliminate bubbles/ripples in the paper.