2.17.2012

DIY Friday - Recycle your Plastic Bottles

Instead of tossing those plastic bottles or even putting them in the recycle bin, recycle them into things you can use.



Source: duitang.com via Cat on Pinterest



Source: duitang.com via Cat on Pinterest




How do you like to recycle your plastic bottles?


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14 comments:

  1. I've made I Spy Games for the kids for car trips. Fill with rice/bird seed and small trinkets: pennies, peppercorns, thumbtacks. Make a list of what's inside and prepare for vacation peace.

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    1. Very cool idea Jennifer! I bet the kids loved it.

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  2. great links! I love how pinterest makes sharing great recycling ideas so easy

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  3. Oh my goodness, those are such amazing ideas!! I love the zippered pouch. ;) And the bottles holding the newspapers are fantastic! :D Love the finds, Valerie! :D

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  4. These are genius ideas. I will have to give some a try :)

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  5. Oh, so many cute ideas! I would love to make at least half of them! If only I had the plastic bottles!

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  6. Fantastic ideas Valerie! I love the bracelets and the and the organisers.

    We can always send you some bottles Sonya. LOL !

    Have a great weekend everyone!

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  7. That zippered thingy is adorable, what a cool idea. I'm also loving that birdfeeder, I can see one of those in my future... if I had some bottles. Although I'm sure I could hunt some down without any difficulty! ;)

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  8. Wow...those are some really great ideas!! I love the zipper case:)

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  9. Innovative, Creative fantastic ideas !!

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  10. I love the upcycled packaging and the newspaper holder! I could put supplies in that instead of newspapers :)

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