I recently found this tutorial on Our Best Bites, one of the cooking blogs that I read regularly. I have been having so much fun with these! It's a great way to package a little gift or just some sweets. I originally made some for Mother's Day gifts, and filled them with See's Candy. I didn't take any pictures of those, but then I made a few more recently for Father's Day and a Graduation gift (two shown above). Candy and nuts went into the Father's Day cans and candy surrounding a gift card for the Graduation can. They are so easy and everyone is stumped as to how they are made! Go to the tutorial link above for a step by step tutorial - but basically what you do is buy a can of anything that has a pop-top, such as mixed fruit or pineapple. The mixed fruit comes in smaller cans, so I got pineapple, which comes in bigger cans for the bigger items like the gift card. Open the bottom of the can with a can opener (I have the safe style which kind of un-crimps the bottom). Empty the contents into a container for later use. Wash and dry the inside of the can making sure you don't bend it out of shape. Fill with treats or a small gift. Glue the bottom back onto the can (we used crazy glue) and allow to dry completely. As noted in the tutorial, you might want to put a small piece of tissue paper in the bottom of the can before gluing in case any drips inside. Cover the outside of the can with decorative scrapbooking paper and a label, and you are done! These are super easy to make and are always received well. However, sometimes people think that something is going to jump out at them - of course, you could to that too!