Bonilla a la Vista tinned crisps 275g

£16.99

Bonilla a la vista tinned crisps 275g. These amazing spanish crisps, made with sea salt and olive oil are an absolute treat. The tinned is beautifully decorated and the crisps are perfectly textured and flavoured.

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Potatoes (63.3%), olive oil (35.3%), sea salt (1.4%)

Average nutritional values per: 100g
Energy 2394kg
576kcal
Fat 39.6g
of which saturates 6.3g
Carbohydrate 47.9g
of which sugars 1.68g
Fibre n/a
Protein 6.28g
Salt 0.8g

DIY Indoor Plant Pot From An Old Paint Tin (Bonilla Crisp Tin)

Upcycling an old paint tin, like the Bonilla Crisp Tin, into an indoor plant pot is a fantastic way to give new life to an otherwise discarded item. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

Materials You’ll Need:

  • An old Bonilla Crisp Tin (or any clean paint tin)
  • Sandpaper (medium grit)
  • Primer
  • Paint (in your choice of colour)
  • Paintbrushes
  • Protective gloves
  • A drill with a metal drill bit
  • Small rocks or pebbles (for drainage)
  • Potting soil
  • Your choice of indoor plant

Instructions:

  1. Safety First: Begin by wearing protective gloves to ensure your safety while working with the sharp edges and any residual paint.
  2. Clean the Tin: Thoroughly clean and wash the Bonilla Crisp Tin to remove any leftover paint, dirt, or debris. Dry it completely.
  3. Sand the Surface: Use medium-grit sandpaper to lightly sand the exterior of the tin. This will help the primer and paint adhere better to the surface.
  4. Apply Primer: Apply a coat of primer to the outside of the tin. This will create a smooth surface for the paint to adhere to and prevent rust. Let it dry completely according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  5. Paint the Tin: Once the primer is dry, paint the tin with your chosen color. Apply as many coats as necessary to achieve the desired look, allowing each coat to dry completely between applications.
  6. Drainage Holes: Using a drill with a metal drill bit, carefully create several drainage holes in the bottom of the tin. This is crucial to prevent overwatering and root rot for your indoor plant.
  7. Add Drainage Material: Place a layer of small rocks or pebbles at the bottom of the tin to aid in drainage.
  8. Potting Soil: Fill the tin with potting soil, leaving enough space for your indoor plant’s roots.
  9. Plant Your Indoor Plant: Carefully transplant your chosen indoor plant into the Bonilla Crisp Tin, ensuring that the top of the root ball is level with the top of the tin.
  10. Water and Maintain: Water your plant according to its specific needs and place it in an appropriate spot with adequate light.

Your upcycled Bonilla Crisp Tin plant pot is now ready to bring a touch of greenery to your indoor space, adding both beauty and sustainability to your home décor. Contact us today at Victus Emporium to find out more.

Additional information

Weight 0.3 kg