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45 Ideas of How To Recycle Plastic Bottles. There are some very creative ways to use plastic bottles: everything from purely decorative to really functional. Where plastic should not end up is in the trash, the landfill, and definitely not the beach. Some of these uses, like the plastic lids at right, could even be glued on canvas and sold as art, and used for fundraisers.
45 Ideas of How To Recycle Plastic Bottles
Take a mason jar and spray the lid with chalkboard paint for easy organization!
Super Glue and a Pickle Jar Too: Here are the items I used: ~ black spray paint ~ 2 washers (different sizes) ~ pickle jar with lid ~ a finial ~ super glue ~ "Glass Metal and More" by Beacon (Michael's calls it Mosaic Glue) ~ metal candle holder (any candle holder with some weight to it will do) See website for step by step instructions.
Fun and easy candy dish from a pickle jar.
DIY..Balloon décor (tulle wrapped over balloons tied with ribbon and flowers) - so pretty for baby shower decorations!
This is seriously the easiest tutorial to follow: simple language, lots of pictures, very few steps.cute!
Large canvas + scrapbook papers + mod podge + paint + wooden letters = AMAZING personalized art for your wall!! Lots of possibilities!!!
Corkboard calendar - I like that you can pin tickets and invites right on the board. THIS IS PERFECT
Re purpose old drawers-- I love the addition of the jewelry wire.
Clean Out Your Kitchen: Before you know it, you have three muffin pans, two loaf pans and more molds than you can count. Recycle them in your own home by using the handy compartments as organizers for tiny craft and scrapbooking supplies that desperately need a home. Designers Amie and Jolie Sikes, known as the Junk Gypsies, gave this French cookie tin a brand-new life outside the kitchen by using the sections to hold buttons, beads, shells and other easy-to-lose craft accessories. The tin is
Housing small items — like paper clips, rubber bands and thumbtacks — in the kitchen can be a nuisance. That's where recycled tuna cans come in handy. Nestled side by side, these short containers serve as the perfect separators for small accessories and junk drawer knickknacks. With this method, it will be virtually impossible for your drawer to slip back into its state of disarray.
After reading this blog i think i am going to spray paint all of my DIY Furniture projects, it seriously makes so much more sense! this blog is awesome!
Shut the front door! This is the coolest thing I have EVER seen!!!! I am making a million of these right now!