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[DIY] beverage bottle pouch had to admire the creative storage ...... _ meatball totoro from photo sharing - heap Sugar. Make It: Cork Floor Mat - udandi. [DIY] beverage bottle pouch had to admire the creative storage ...... _ meatball totoro from photo sharing - heap Sugar. How to waste time. » WTF, Pinterest? "Dew" It Yourself Jewelry Stand. Given that title and my penchant for puns, I'm guessing it will take you guys exactly 3.7 seconds to guess what my new jewelry stand is made from: Aw, you only needed two seconds, didn't you?

I knew it. Yep, this pretty green number is made from four plastic Mountain Dew bottles and exactly $3.72 worth of materials from the hardware store. Not too shabby. It also only took about two hours to make, so let's get to it! First, collect your bottles. If you happen to have a Diet 'Dew addict for a spouse like me, this will take less than three days. I found it easiest to cut the bottoms off my bottles with a strong utility knife, and then trim them down further with scissors. Other than the bottles you will need: One 12-inch length of threaded rod (no cutting necessary; they come this size in the hardware store) and one baggy each of a coordinating size nuts and washers. Drill holes that are the same size as your threaded rod in the center of each tray: Now you're ready to assemble your stand! Upcycled Plastic Bottles & Bags: Unique & Beautiful Art. Who would have thought a plastic bag or a plastic water or soda bottle could be upcycled into something so unique and beautiful?

Check out these unique upcycled products made by talented artists and I think you'll agree that one person's trash can definitely be another person's treasure. unique flowers made from the bottoms of soda bottles (above and below) by Michelle Brand What is PET? PET aka polyethylene terephthalate is a highly recyclable plastic product made from oil. PET Plastic bottle stick pin brooches (above) and bowl (below) by gulnurozdaglar on Etsy Plastic bottles at a landfill site...Landfill decomposition rates:Milk carton: 5 yearsPlastic milk jug: 500 yearsAluminum can: 80 to 200 yearsPlastic drinking bottles: hundreds of years Plastic bags: hundreds of yearsCigarette butt: up to five years & leaches toxins into the groundNewspaper: 2 to 4 weeks or longerGlass bottles: tens of thousands of yearsStyrofoam: no sign of ever breaking down(figures from

Pinterest. Old Dresser. re-purposed into a vanity | Upcycle/recycle R&R&R (re... The San Francisco Globe. How to Make Tiny Bow. I am a girl, and sometimes I am really into girls stuff. When I need to wrap or decorate a gift, I often struggle to finish it the way it looks simple but effective at the same time. Until now, my favorite toppers were Tissue Paper Mini Pom Poms. As I was fed up with all those motley bags and ugly, plastic poms you can find anywhere, I started looking for another nice, handmade solution to my "deco-wrapo-trouble" Tiny Bow made on a fork is simply awesome, not only because it is so small, but also for the variety of purposes it can be used for.

Either it is a greeting card, or a gift or a cake topper. Although it wasn't that easy with little Anya by my side (it took us almost 3 days to take pictures and make the video), I am glad that I have finally paved my way to preparing full tutorials for you. I am waiting impatiently to read your comments and see some pictures of your versions of Tiny Bow! Soap Making 101 - How To Make Cold Process Soap. Soap Making 101 – How To Make Cold Process Soap Please be sure to Join our email list and receive all our latest and best tutorials daily – free!

8K+ Background image – Have you ever wanted to make your own “personalized” soap using your favorite herbs? We’ve just discovered a great tutorial! There are a few methods of making soap and this one is called “cold process” – meaning, obviously, that no heat is required. It’s important to note that soap making is not the easiest DIY recipe out there. The tutorial is really well put together and includes the essential safety tips. One of the great benefits of making your own soap is that you can use your favorite essential oils and skin oils. Here, then is the full tutorial: 50 Things You Should Stop Buying & Start Making. As a society, we have become over-reliant on “ready made” products. We have lost the ability to make things from scratch. Rather than blend up some peanuts to make delicious, tasty and fresh peanut butter, we’ll spend many dollars on a jar from the store that contains artificial preservatives, unnecessary packaging and that simply lines the pockets of huge, unethical multinational corporations.

Aside from foods, you can also make your own personal care products, beauty and make up products, cleaning products and home accessories that taste, work or look better than store bought, without the harmful chemicals and toxins and free from excessive, earth damaging packaging. Foods Homemade Ketchup – This ketchup won’t brake the bank, tastes better than the real deal and contains no added sugar – so it’s nutritionally good for the whole family.

Peanut Butter – It is so simple to make this pantry staple it would be silly to buy it. Want to learn more about making your own foods? Next Page >>> 28+ Jaw-Dropping Ways to Reuse Plastic Bottles Beautifully. 28+ Jaw-Dropping Ways to Reuse Plastic Bottles Beautifully 28+ Jaw-Dropping Ways to Reuse Plastic Bottles Beautifully May 14, 2015 • by Anton Giuroiu • DIY Projects • No Comments In our attempt to reduce our carbon footprint we struggle to post as much upcycling and recycling content as we can, it is not easy to make such a change, it`s not easy to embrace change at all but we can start small. We can start by buying 10L bottles and filling the old 2L bottles at home. We can reuse a plastic bottle as a flower pot instead of purchasing a new one, we can make small little ornaments, we can do good.

We have featured underneath a gallery showcasing ways to reuse plastic bottles beautifully and efficiently. Scan it quickly and leave your valuable feedback in the comment section below. #1 Yellow Painted Plastic Bottles Beautifying a Small Bar #2 Milk Jugs Used to Organize Crayons Efficiently #3 Huge Wall Made Green Through Vertical Plastic Bottle Planters #4 Extraordinary Creative Dinner Decorations. Soap Making 101 - Making Cold Process Soap. While there are other methods of making soap (hot process and melt & pour), this tutorial will provide a basic overview on how to make your own all natural cold process soaps. It will be added to the Soapmaking page on my blog along with other helpful links and recipes; so be sure to bookmark or pin it for easy reference. (For more in-depth information including tips on coloring soap naturally, how to read a lye calculator, plus 25 of my favorite palm oil free recipes, check out my ebook: Natural Soap Making: Cold Process Basics & Recipes!)

Making soap is one of my favorite hobbies. There are so many ways to personalize a single recipe, that I rarely make the same soap twice! Once you get the hang of it, you will never want to go back to store-bought again! A few things to note, before we start: Many people are afraid to make soap because it involves handling lye. Okay! (1. . ) (2. . ) (3. .

) (4. . ) (5. . ) (6. . ) (7. . ) (8. . ) (9. . ) (10. . ) (11. . ) (12.) This wraps up my post on the basics of soap making. Pallet desk DIY tutorial • 1001 Pallets. This pallet desk idea is incredibly simple, space-saving, smart and economical. More information: Peculiarmee. (4) Upcycle / recycle - Green Renaissance. How to make a lovely origami rose paper flower (Easy Origami Rose III): page 2.