Recycle A Plastic Bottle Into A Vase Home » $1 and Free, cheap crafts, Decor, Gifts to Make, Headline, Kids, Weddings 19 March 2009 73,627 views 18 Comments by heather With some clever cutting and folding, a clear plastic soda bottle headed for the recycling bin can be given new life as a pretty vase. Although this blog is dedicated to making stuff with supplies you can buy at the Dollar Store, my readers have shown that they also appreciate projects that use recycled materials in clever ways, too. Since other soda bottle recycling projects have been very well received, I thought you would like this one, too!
Recycling Ideas DIY Entry Bench Are you eager to improve the décor in your home? We have just the thing for you. This tutorial will show you how to make an entry bench or a `hall tree` out of a couple of old doors and an unused drawer. Make A Rose From Plastic Spoons & A Candle Here's a new one! When is a rose not a rose? When it is picnic spoons. Really! These are fun and amazing. No one will guess what this is made of. Modern DIY Bracelets 28 Jun As a girl, I spent a lot of summer days lounging around making friendship bracelets of one form or another. It started simply with trios of embroidery thread and eventually evolved into more intricate creations involving beads and other such adornments. Lately, all sorts of inspiring DIY bracelet posts have cropped up around the web and it’s made me nostalgic for those uncomplicated summers.
Swiss Candy Jewelry I call it Swiss Candy Jewelry because it loosely resembles Swiss cheese and the Haribo Gummi candies they sell all over central Europe. Similar to the process used in the Sparkling and Melting Flowers, this tutorial uses the magical properties of #6 recyclable plastic. Materials: * Five #6 recyclable plastic cups * Heat source (like a well ventilated oven) * Chain or wire to use as necklace base and links * Pliers Constellation Jar I asked Amy of This Heart of Mine for a project that would be fun for kids or adults. I love that she thought of star-gazing! We’re so far into the countryside, that the stars here are outrageously bright. It’s awesome! — Gabrielle
Bracelets From Plastic Water Bottles Featured by Craftgawker on 8/16/12 (link). This one was quite a learning curve. I’ve seen a fair amount of water bottle / soda bottle bracelets and figured it couldn’t be too hard. This is what not to do: 1) use Mod Podge, 2) try using heat to seal it, unless you’re better with an extinquisher than me; 3) use paint on any item that’s likely to spring back towards you when you let it go, unless you want paint all over you; 4) work in an area heavily contaminated with animal fur; 5) wait till after you’ve made the bracelet to think about closures. Having put all that to one side this is what did work:
Recycled Soda Bottle Garden Sprinkler This spinkler is a simple recycle project that can be a lawn spinkler or just a device that the kids can use to get wet! Materials: 1 Empty 24oz soda bottle 1 Plastic coat hanger with or without hook Melted Beads and Accessories Have you ever made accessories with melted beads? This is so fun and easy to do! During the weekend we made some melted bead jewelry and a few bookmarks. My girls could not stop making their own earrings and seriously this is so affordable that you don’t feel bad when they lose them. Uses for Prescription Bottles Old prescription bottles can come in handy for sorting, storage and craft projects. The come in a variety of sizes and it's not hard to find a use for them around the house. This is a guide about uses for prescription bottles.
Tin Can Christmas Tree Activity - Babble Dabble Do Recycled crafts are always a winner around my house and this easy Tin Can Christmas Tree Activity for kids was the perfect way to upcycle some cans and provide the kiddos with a design challenge! I have to admit this is my favorite Christmas DIY post yet. Not only did I have fun creating it but my daughter actually loved doing the activity! This idea was inspired by the tin can robot idea that floated around the craft circuit a few years ago, originally published in Parents Magazine I believe….only this involves a Christmas twist! The fun part about this is that tree decorations are removable/repositionable.
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