These firm juice cartons as well as Milk cartons have plenty of uses, I have used it here to design a lantern. The following youtube tutorial will demonstrate how I made it. Please enjoy watching as well as subscribing to my Youtube channel (Naush Samama)
If there’s one thing that I have learnt, its gotta be that there’s a USE for EVERYTHING ! Just keep your eyes open and try to figure out the alternative uses.
Can you think up of any more uses to these cartons ? I have a couple of more repurposed projects with these cartons, which I will post in the following days/weeks.
I would love to hear from you.
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What a creative DIY with juice carton.Loved how pretty it looks.Visiting from the pitstop
Thank you Amrita.
Wow, this is good.
Thank you Christine.
Cleaver idea! I love repurposing things and this one gives me many ideas. Have a great weekend.
Thank you Nicole.
So clever! I love a craft from recycled items
Thank you Michele. I love repurposing household waste.
How very clever!
Thank you for sharing with Creative Compulsions!
This is really cute, Naush, and such a creative way to recycle a juice box! I can see these cute lanterns decked up for the holidays on a mantle or tabletop. Pinned 🙂
Thank you Marie. I’m doing a series on these Juice cartons, so you’ll find a couple of more posts of their transformation in the next few posts.
CONGRATS! Your post is FEATURED at #AThemedLinkup 23 for Dessert Recipes (open until August 7) from my previous linkup for Crafts and DIY.
Thrilled and honored Dee. Thank you very much for the feature.
This is so creative! I would have never thought of re-purposing a juice carton this way. Thank you for sharing with Charming Homes and Gardens!
Thank you for dropping by Kim. Glad you liked the Lantern idea.
Wow that’s a creative I’m going to enjoy doing this with my daughter very happy to see this post at fortheloveto link-up thanks for sharing
Oh thats great Ingrid. We also made a bird feeder with it, which I’ll share shortly in another post.
Awww, great way to use a juice carton!
Thank you. I love your digital stamp of the duck on Paint party Friday.
This is brilliant! Thanks for sharing at Tuesday Turn About.
Thank you Marilyn. Love joining your link party.
Such a great upcycle! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ’s.
Thank you Ann.
Naush, you are so creative! I love the way you find new purpose in these things and it is so great for the environment to create art from things we would normally just toss in the trash. When my kids were younger, I always used empty coffee creamer bottles as snack dispensers. They were perfect for it! Thanks for linking up with me.
Shelbee, you’re very kind. I’ve always been environmentally conscious but even more so these days. Covid has taught us to take a pause, observe the beauty around us and hopefully try and reduce the waste. We, the human kind had become so self absorbed. We take everything for granted. Dumping piles of rubbish, without a second thought was also a part of that. I am so glad I am making a minuscule effort at bringing the awareness of how easily we can upcycle/repurpose pantry items. Thank you for your thoughtful works of encouragement. Means alot, shelbee.
How beautiful and resourceful! You really are very talented, I love this. So creative! Thank you for sharing this great post with us at #globalblogging
Thank you very much for your kind words Tracey.
Great ideas, very creative and well constructed. Thanks for linking up with #globalblogging
Thank you Laura.