Not all plastic bottles are sturdy hence when Samie got this juice – I really liked the shape, strength and indentations. What followed next is cleaning the plastic bottle, air drying it and getting the label off.
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Your website is so cool and inspirational. I love this one!
Thank you Sheryl. Very kind of you.
Clever upcycle on a juice jar! You can’t tell it’s plastic and it looks nice as a vase.
I think, its coz I used chalk paint – thats why it has this slightly grainy finish. Thanks for visiting me Allyson.
I feel inspired! Over the winter I collected so many things to paint but in the end I recycled most of them. I think I will go play!
Thats EXCELLENT !!
This is so beautiful! My “go to” plastic bottle has typically been the Califa Farms almond milk one. If you haven’t used it yet, I imagine you’ll love the shape.
It’s always so nice when things can be reused and repurposed. Cheers!
Just googled Califa Farms Almond milk – What a huge variety of drinks ! The bottle is so appealing as well. Thank you for visiting us Dana.
I love a bit of recycling #alittlebitofeverything@_karendennis
Me too Karen. Thank you for visiting me today.
Oh, I do love an upcycle and this is just beautiful!
Thanks so much for sharing with #MMBC. Have a lovely weekend. x
Thank you Jayne. Glad you like it.
Great transformation, love it!
Thank you Martha.
Love the flower vase, I always have so many of those juice bottles!
Thank you Christine. I hope you upcycle them too.
Hi Naush. This is a beautiful vase. Yes the shape is perfect and I love the pure white.
Thank you Nicole.
That’s beautiful Naush! You have such a great imagination for creativity!
Thank you Rain. Imagination and time, thanks to the lockdown 😉
You found the perfect shape of bottle to make a vase. Beautiful! Happy PPF!
Thank you hon.
I might like this one even better than the Pringles container. But both are so cute. I really need to start saving my recyclable items to do crafts like this. Thanks for sharing your creativity and linking up!
Shelbee – I will be changing the pringle ones pattern since it is not going well with my decor. Hope it does not get into the ‘procrastinate bin’ though 🙂 Yes, I love the beverage bottle as well. Such a nice and almost ‘ceramic” look it has. Thank you very much for dropping by.
What an awesome idea!! Super cute upcycle. Thank you for sharing on Homestead Blog Hop!
Thank you Liz. Have a nice day, hon.
I love this so much! If I didn’t know better I’d think it was a ceramic vase. Thanks so much for sharing it at Farmhouse Friday!
I know right !! That white chalk finish almost gives it a ceramic effect. Its the first time I tried it and i totally loved it. Glad you liked it too. Thank you for dropping by Michelle.