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Recycled Water Bottle Flowers

By: Gail Griffin from
Recycled Water Bottle Flowers
Recycled Water Bottle Flowers
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Plastic water bottles heavily contribute to ocean pollution. If you're looking to be more environmentally friendly, try crafting these Recycled Water Bottle Flowers! This DIY project will be a cute addition to your home. Using your recycled water bottles, you can create cute little flowers and make them look as you'd like using ribbons. You can even place them in a pot! These flowers will brighten up your home, and you won't have to worry about caring for them. You might even mistake this craft for a real plant!

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsCraft Foam, Recycled Materials, Styrofoam

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting


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It is really hard to believe that these recycled water bottle flowers began their life as just that, water bottles. This would be a great project for preteens or teens that like to complete craft projects. This would be an opportunity to show them the value of recycling.

I am for any project that will keep recyclables out of the landfill. Customarily, I do not purchase water in bottles. However, I do know where I can rescue a few just to make this project. These water bottle flowers will make a beautiful arrangement to place on my office desk. Thanks for the inspiration.

These are so cute. They are very easy and you don't have to purchase a bunch of material. That's three major qualities in a DIY project. Pretty, easy and cheap. My grand daughter will love helping me make these.mshe is into recycling and also loves making things with me, her grandma.


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