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Water Bottle Storage

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Upcycle some water bottles into storage instead of letting them sit in land fills. You can have an organized craft room while being green if you recycle containers with water bottle storage.

Water Bottle Storage

Materials:

  • Plastic Bottles
  • Scissors
  • Wine corks
  • Peg hooks
  • Ribbon or fabric and sewing supplies (optional)
  • Pegboard

Instructions:

  1. Cut off the bottom of any narrow mouth bottle.

     

     
  2. Next dig up some corks around the house… or if you don’t have any… get busy drinking! I used my hand held straight edge razer to notch a star shape into the end.


     
  3. I then pushed my peg hook into the cork (much easier with the star cuts! trust me!)


     
  4. I decided to dress up the ends and attached a 1.5″ grosgrain ribbon… (fabric would be great too!)


     
  5. Insert the hook into the bottle mouth.


     
  6. OR you can attach the hook to the pegboard and then push the water bottle onto the hook with cork.


     

For more upcycled storage solutions and other craft ideas using recycled materials, take a look at these 14 Easy to Make Water Bottle Crafts.

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Reviews

you actually sewed ribbon ON the bottle with your sewing machine? Did you use a "special" needle?

carnashun

What a Very Good Idea with Old Records Off the Shelf Water Fountian I'm going to try it. Thanks for sharing.

wendyannshort 7492536

what do instead of wine cork you use if yourself and people around you do not drink

jfrisch84 6369604

I cut water or other drink bottles to use the tops as funnels for beans and spices that tend to clog my other store-bought funnels.

hpmiller776 2325756

I could not see the pictures clearly. The finished project is heard to see what is what....

kellner26 5675394

Its a good idea how long will it last I save all of my bottles for my plants they last three years a time keep up the good work

izzabellasayer 2273011

I tried to enlarge the photo of the finished project for more detail, no luck..gues I'll have to use my imagination! Awesome idea thou, I want to go organize my craft room and try this but can't, need some items and weather outside is toooooo gorgeous!

Member 21301

Is there a way to enlarge the picture? I can't tell where the bottles are in the finished product. :(

Kuteekins

Excellent alternative to recycle

lsbrivera 5847749

Excellent pictures - really make the instructions.

Sr AnnaTherese

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