When my husband brought home this Ace Hardware bucket, I quickly asked if I could have it. I thought it would be the perfect receptacle for my little bits of trash that I usually sweep into a grocery bag that I have on the floor of my craft room. Yeah, I know, "tacky" and it really gets in the way, too. My plan was to attach a cup hook to the bottom side of my desk and hang this bucket...perfect right? Ah, but it lacked craftiness. I spied the Hello Kitty duct tape from Ben Franklin Crafts that I bought without knowing what I'd do with it. It was simple work to wrap the HK duct tape around the bucket. I stretched the tape a little and smoothed it as I went along but there are a few wrinkles because the bucket it not really straight-sided. Oh well, it's only a glorified trash can. Even so, I didn't want it to be so plain and therefore, I glued on some Hello Kitty chipboard pieces (available at BFC). The HK pieces were glued on with Fabr-Tac and taped in place while they dried (I didn't have the patience to hold them in place). I am pleased with my new Hello Kitty trash bucket and thought you might like to make one too. Perhaps you can use yours to store children's craft supplies or as a shower caddy for your favorite dorm student. (There are boy-themed duct tapes at Ben Franklin Crafts, too.) If you do plan to make a shower caddy bucket be sure you decorate with waterproof stickers....perhaps spell out a name with letter stickers. You can easily make dozens of these (perhaps in a mini-size) for party favors at a nominal cost. Hope you liked this idea; visit this site again for another peek into my imagination.