15 Creative Ways to Reuse and Upcycle Milk Jugs
Are you are looking for new craft ideas? Do you want to try upcycling to save money? How about recycling those plastic bottles instead of throwing them away? Get with the kids and see which of the ideas shown here are ones they want to try. Milk jugs are a pretty perfect material for DIY projects. They’re durable, lightweight, they float, they’re flexible, and they are ubiquitous.
Milk Jug Skeleton
This cute recycled skeleton was found in the Halloween issue of Family Fun This is a great idea for Halloween. Source: littlegenegreenbean.blogspot.co.uk
This is a great idea for Halloween and best park you can get your kids to help out. let your kids color in the faces while you bake a batch of cookies. Source: eighteen25.com
Milk Jug DIY Jewelry
I love crafting by recycling materials because it shows my kids how to be innovative and how to be mindful of waste. Milk jug plastic can be cut into many different shapes, colored and used for many things such as sun catchers, ornaments or in this case, jewelry! Source: pbs.org
Milk Jug Storm Trooper Helmet
There is something special in kids wearing Star Wars costumes. Here, you can find a detailed step by step instructions of how to make this funny helmet out of old, milk jug. Source: filthwizardry.com
Homemade Toys – Milk Jug Toss
Making toys can be a fun, cheap alternative to getting some from the store. And if you can get the kids involved, they will likely treasure it more and, thusly, enjoy it more. So win-win-win! Source: playeatgrow.com
Diy Milk Jug Scooter And Bike Lanterns!
Make some DIY milk jug lanterns for attaching to the front of scooters and bikes, for fun adventures in the dark! Source: theimaginationtree.com
Milk Jug Birdfeeder
I had two huge plastic milk jugs that we had yet to put in the recycling bin, when I thought how easy it would be to make them into bird feeders. Source: upcycledpress.org
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