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What to Do With Little Plastic Coffee Creamer Cups

Things to do with Little Plastic Coffee Creamer Cups by Renee' Macfarlane

  1. Take square paper doilies and cut them into 3/4" strips. Then take the strips and staple them to the open end of the cups making a handle. These can then be filled with little candies, nuts, etc. They are great for children's birthday parties, luncheons, etc. You can put a piece of masking tape on the bottom with a number on it for a "raffle" for door prizes.

  2. Put the cups on a newspaper in a well-ventilated area and spray paint them gold or silver, and sprinkle with glitter. Then poke a hole in the center of the bottom with an ice pick, ballpoint pen, or whatever else will work. Take a 2-3" piece of white pipe cleaner and thread through a silver or gold pony bead. Twist the pipe cleaner around the pony bead, and then thread the end of the pipe cleaner that does not have the pony bead through the open end of the cup and pull through just enough so you can still see the pony bead. Twist the pipe cleaner so that it forms a loop just over the hole on the bottom of the cup. You now have little bells for anything you wish to decorate i.e.: weddings, anniversaries, Christmas, floral decorations, etc.

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