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Plastic bottles for storage containers

And the fun just keeps on comin’... When I came up with the idea of using plastic cold drink bottles for tea, coffee and sugar cannisters, so many other ideas popped into my head that I just had to give them all a try. This one repurposes plastic bottles into piggy or cow saving banks. There are two...
  • angela chavez

    Adorable DIY Piggy Banks from Plastic Bottles – DIY & Crafts EARTH DAY PIGGY BANKS

  • Alexis Lynn

    Plastic soda bottles for storage containers in plastics art with storage Plastic fun Bottle

  • Laurie Lennertz

    If you are looking for a fun project that you can do with your kids, these adorable piggy banks made from plastic bottles are perfect. If you tend to have a few 2 liter soda bottles sitting around, they will work perfectly. You just have to cut the bottles down to create the piggy bank body and...

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