It's a Stashcan! :)
I wanted something to keep a little cash in when I travel. While not Fort Knox, it is a nice little diversion safe. You'll need a safe cut can opener and a cylindrical can.
Resize the files in your slicer so that they match the ID of your can. The full sleeve allows for realistic weight and rattle protection. I purposely left the bottom off the sleeve so that it won't interfere with any internal nozzle that may be present in your can.
IF YOU'RE NOT A COMPETENT ADULT, FIND ONE BEFORE GOING ANY FURTHER
MAKE SURE YOUR CAN IS COMPLETELY EMPTY.
Cut the bottom off the can. Depending on your opener, you may want to lightly sand the edge of the bottom, your hand will thank you when you go to open the Stashcan.
Secure the sleeve in the can with epoxy, let it cure.
LINE UP THE BOTTOM PROPERLY - Screw the cap into the sleeve using a quarter until the bottom of your can sits flush. Leaving the cap screwed in, epoxy the bottom to it and let cure.
That's it! You're all set to start Stashing!!