Don't recycle those plastic containers... remake them into something useful and super cute instead!
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Funky fabric and a roll of plastic bags turn this tossed baby wipe container into an adorable puppy clean-up holder. Your furry friend may not notice his new pretty "pooper scooper," but you will! Nae Chic lays out the project details for you.
Little baby food tubs make perfect reusable snack packs for your older kids. Sectioning the treats in this fashion allows you to prepare for school lunches ahead of time, AND buy the snacks in bulk... which saves money. And we ALL like the sound of that! Project found on Pinterest.
... you can make yourself a charming trashcan, for your purse! With this adorable bottle, you now have a way to corral all of those random little pieces of paper that always seem to take over your purse. Oh yeah, it happens to all of us! Ginny provides the full scoop on OrgainizingHomeLife.
If you love waking to the sound of birds chirping outside of your window in the morning, you'll love this! A tossed peanut butter container, or any type for that matter, turns into a darling bird feeder in as easy as 1, 2, 3. This bird buffet will surely keep your feathered friends coming back! Project found on Pinterest.
Whether you are preparing for an upcoming trip, or needing to organize the clutter in your purse, small plastic pill bottles are the way to go! These quaint containers are JUST the right size for gathering hairbands, bobby pins, candy, your daily vitamins, bandaids, q-tips, earrings... even stacked quarters for the meter. You've got the itty bitty items, we've got the answer! Project found on Pinterest.
Before you toss those empty baby wipe containers... think about giving them a new life instead! Why not use them to organize the entertainment before the next family game night? As you purchase new board games, simply cut the game title from the front of the box, and attach to the container. Viola! Organization accomplished! Project found on Pinterest.
Those little, hard legos may be tiny... but they sure hurt when you step down unexpectedly on them! Why not make your little lego master a special place to store those bazillion legos of his? The other members of your family will surely thank you! Project found on Pinterest.
Whether you were born with a green thumb, or you've always wanted to learn to grow, this lovely indoor garden idea is for you. Rinsing out used plastic containers creates the perfect planting pots to begin (or continue) your gardening journey! Plant herbs for your kitchen counter, flowers for the bathroom sink, or plants with cascading leaves for the center of your coffee table. You can do no wrong... so get growing! The Mommy-Files will teach you how.
Whether you're a milk lover or you go through water by the gallon, this project is right up your alley! With a bit of time and creativity, those tossed plastic jugs become a unique, adorable set of Halloween lights for your front walkway. AND, by simply swapping out the containers, you can create "milk jug lights" for each of the different holidays, year round! Eighteen25 shares the spooky secrets!
You can create your own one-of-a-kind, stunning flower vases by simply wrapping any tossed container with a bit of fabulous fabric. Your chic vases will surely be the topic of conversation at your next girlfriend brunch! Project found on Scarlet Fig.
Are you someone who LOVES giving away baked goods during the holidays... or for teacher appreciation... or as birthday gifts... really for ANY reason? Well, did you know that empty Chobani containers make wonderful "gift bags" for those sweets? The labels are easily removed leaving you with a blank slate for decoration, the container is airtight to keep the freshness in, AND the clear lid allows you to put those tasty treats on display!
Rather than adding more to your shopping list... why not begin thinking of how you can reuse, remake, and redesign with what you already have? Mother Earth AND your pocketbook will thank you! Share these super cute ideas with your friends and family, and spread the reusing mindset!