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25 Awesome Ways To Re-Use Plastic Bottles

25 Awesome Ways To Re-Use Plastic Bottles
Don’t miss out! Follow on Facebook and bring more love and life into your home. ---------- Sponsored Links ---------- There are so many awesome ways to re-use plastic bottles. I just found a great resource of 25 different plastic bottle DIY projects. Here’s the link to all 25 ideas… ByStephanieLynn – 25 Things To Do With Plastic Bottles Related:  Plastic Bottle CraftsSkapande

1 t shirt 2 cintres cabane pour chat 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! Of course, you CAN buy a soda at the dollar store if you don't have one of these bottles on hand! Project Estimate: Clear plastic soda bottle (20 oz), on hand or $1Scissors Total cost: FREE Disclosure: this article may contain affiliate links or other forms of sponsored content.

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Tarte aux pommes de terre et au brie Une belle tarte à savourer, bien dorée, croustillante et fondante, facile à réaliser. Quoi de plus réconfortant en ce jour de grisaille ! Recette de la tarte aux pommes de terre et au brie 300 g de brie - 6 gosses pommes de terre - 2 oignons - 2 cuil.à soupe de persil haché - 1 pincée de muscade - 1 pâte brisée - 3 oeufs - 15 cl de crème fraîche liquide - 15 cl de lait - 30 g de beurre Préparation : Tapissez un moule à tarte avec la pâte brisée. Pelez, copez les pommes de terre en rondelles, cuisez-les 10 min à l'eau bouillante salée. Battez les oeufs dans un saladier, ajoutez le lait, la crème, oignons, persil, sel poivre, muscade. Mettez les pommes de terre avec le brie sur la pâte, versez la crème dessus. Astuces : Salez prudemment : le brie apporte déjà du sel.

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. Materials: heavy duty plastic spoons pin back (optional) Goop glue (optional) Tools: candle ceramic tile (optional) garden clippers pliers Hold a plastic spoon about an inch above a lighted candle; bowl facing down. Place them together and melt the handles just under the buds. When the handles melt, pull them off of the rose bud and push the bud onto a ceramic tile to flatten the melted area. Melt the rest of the spoons but this time heat the underside of the bowls. Snip off the handles with garden clippers. Hold the tip of the petal with the pliers and heat the place on the spoon where the handle was until it begins to melt. Here you have a glossy, porcelain-looking rose. These spoons came from Wal-Mart (next to the paper towels). Hot glue silk rose petals to the base of the rose if you wish.

► Friendship Bracelet Tutorial 5 - Beginner - Bordered Rhomboid ( Moderately Easy Pattern ) 7 idées pour créer un jardin plus intime, 'cocoon' et chaleureux Cocon : enveloppe soyeuse filée par certaines chenilles pour se métamorphoser… cocoon pour les anglais ! voilà un mot qui fait rêver ceux et celles qui veulent trouver intimité et tranquillité tout en profitant de l’extérieur, jardin ou jardinet. Les idées ne manquent pas, en voici quelques unes, puisées chez des paysagistes ou au gré des errances. Le jardin de roseaux, sonore et apaisant Vous êtes-vous déjà délicieusement égaré, le temps d’une nuit ou plus, dans l’un de ces merveilleux hôtels ou gîtes de Camargue ? Une pergola bioclimatique pour une terrasse confortable Les ingénieux systèmes des pergolas bioclimatiques ou des toitures automatisées de terrasse sont un investissement de choix pour doser à souhait la lumière, et rester au sec en cas de pluie. Un ciel de toile et de lampions Quand les vis-à-vis viennent du haut, avec des voisinages qui ont vue plongeante chez vous, n’hésitez pas, créez votre ciel ! L’arbre et son sous-bois La clairière tropicale et le foisonnement végétal

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 Cost: Free for me (I already had cups leftover from a party and an old junk necklace, but I imagine this could be assembled for less than $10) Time: 60 minutes for the blue statement necklace, 20 minutes for the pink pendant 1. 4. Variation in pink.

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. So today I’ve rounded up a dozen wonderful bracelet crafts. Dip dyed nautical rope bracelets DIY at …love Maegan. Lester lace bracelets at I SPY DIY. Summer bracelets DIY at Between the Lines. Classic friendship bracelet DIY at Design Mom. 15 minute Mod Podge wooden bracelet at maya*made. Summer kid craft: friendship bracelets at ohdeedoh. DIY braided hex nut bracelet, DIY rope bracelet, and DIY friendship bracelet from Honestly…WTF. Modern friendship bracelets DIY at A Beautiful Mess. P.S. P.S.

Apprendre à dessiner avec de la profondeur La profondeur d’un dessin est une illusion d’optique que l’on peut réaliser minutieusement en deux dimensions sur le papier. Pour cela, il faut respecter quelques principes de base et garder à l’esprit quelques techniques simples. Elle peut être suggérée dans un dessin ou une illustration de différentes façons. Pour donner un effet de profondeur on peut jouer sur : le rapport d’échellela superposition l’épaisseur de la lignele contrasteles effets de visionProportions: La perspective nous donne l’illusion que plusieurs objets de même taille sont disposés à une certaine distance les uns des autres. Textures: Les textures donnent non seulement une indication sur la matière, mais aussi sur la taille d’un objet. Motifs: De la même façon que les textures et que tous les détails de surface, la taille des motifs accentue encore la différence de volume entre deux objets. La superposition de formes induit une perspective. kitty kitty! A vos crayons!

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: Plastic bottles are surprisingly resistant to being cut, due mostly to their ability to squirt out of your hand while trying to grip them. You want two of these of the same size. Then you get a bit of duct tape: I recommend the newly available sheets rather than the rolls. At this stage you can open the bracelet like a book. So there you have it. Let me know how it goes for you if you try it.

Armband av plastpärlor – Perler bead bracelets Jag minns att jag gjorde armband av plastpärlor (även kallade Hama-pärlor, nabbipärlor, pärlplattepärlor eller strykpärlor) när jag var liten. Det var riktigt roligt att göra dem som vuxen också, kan jag konstatera. Jag har pysslat med plastpärlor förut och bland annat pyntat hörlurarna til min telefon. Det är alltid kul när man kan hitta fler användnings-områden för pysselmaterial som man redan har hemma. Jag använde mig av elastisk smyckestråd och testade lite olika mönster med pärlorna. Eftersom vädret är vackert och trädgården grönskar så fint gick jag ut och fotograferade denna gång. Dottern blev också inspirerad och gjorde ett armband helt på egen hand. ♥ /My daughter was also inspired and made a bracelet all on her own