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Family living site Disney Family Fun shows us how to repurpose an empty milk jug into a lunch container by washing it out, drawing lines as shown in the photo, cutting it out, folding, and attaching a hook and loop closure. This container is perfectly sized for a sandwich and a few carrot sticks or grapes. If you don't want to use this for food it also makes a clever gift box for small items.

recycled milk jugs - great idea to create a screen of sorts, could have kids draw or trace leaves onto each piece

Upcycle your milk jugs! ;D Use with the idea of using a shower rod inside the tub to hang holders on for bath stuff. Just poke holes in the bottom for drainage.

Turn an empty and clean milk carton into a basket for storage or gift giving. I'd use a different type of print.

Plastic milk jug butterflies - I love this idea! Reusing milk jugs instead of using shrink plastic sheets is a great way to create while reducing waste and keeping away from the oven. Check out alphamom.com/...

great for classroom organization!

DIY-Recycled milk cartons as crayon or pencil containers. Love the look of all the colors lined up!

Before you toss your next plastic milk jug into the recycling bin, you just might want to turn it into a sandwich/lunch box. No need for a lunch box? Could be a cute gift box. {Need: 1-gallon milk jug, marker, scissors, thumbtack and an adhesive-backed Velcro}

Sprout is a concept that helps home gardeners, repurpose empty milk jugs as watering cans. It takes advantage of what you already have in a milk jug, which is a handle, a gallon’s worth of water capacity and with the addition of “Sprout”, you will have an evenly spaced flow of water. Concept by Evan Gant of Altitude. (Available at Target)