Milk Jug DIY Projects are great for a bit of green crafting. We already dished out some fun DIY projects with newspapers and magazines but really, we can never have enough green ideas. This time, we will do** creative milk jug DIY projects** in order to help lessen the amount of plastic thrown to land fills. Let's get crafting!
This is certainly a clever milk jug DIY project, if I do say so myself. What's great about this is that you no longer need to buy new materials. The hardest part is only cutting up some areas of the jug to make your feeder.
There are several ways to use milk jugs as planters. One of the best is to hang them like Anja here shows us. The white 'pots' look nice with pretty flowers, don't they?
You simply cut up rectangles, connect them using rings, and hang. Easy-peasy! This is a** fantastic milk jug DIY idea** because you can be creative with regards to the shapes. You can do circles, have varying sizes, etc.
Because of their color, milk jugs can be used for making pretty wreaths. I like the leaf pattern used here but you can be creative with your shapes as well. You can even add other decor elements to your milk jug wreath.
Capiz shell chandeliers are elegant but they can be pricey. They're breakable, too. Don't fret if you want something capiz shell-like for your home; you can simply do this creative milk jug chandelier. Bonus: it won't cost you a cent and will not break easily.
This particular milk jug craft project will not require you to cut up the container. In fact, the only thing that you need to do is to assemble the materials. After that, you hang and admire your green chandelier
Cut up a part of the side, add your supplies, and you're done! This is a great idea for odds and ends in your craft room or office.
How cute are these? If you have a lot of milk drinkers in your family, this is one of the** best milk jug DIY projects** for you. With the Christmas lights added, these jugs sure look spooky.
Okay, this is all sorts of awesome. Even my boyfriend (HUGE Star Wars fan) thinks so, too. For those who are raising the coolest kids who know their Star Wars, this is a great DIY project to do.
This one is definitely clever. This milk jug tutorial also reinforces my love for sticky Velcro dots.
This is one of the** milk jug craft projects** here that your kids will love. You can also do so many versions of this project. You can make flowers, basic shapes, stars, houses, or cartoon characters. The possibilities are endless!
That's right, you can create an igloo using milk jugs. This is a fantastic idea for those who want to make a fun play area in a kindergarten classroom.
Those are some of the creative milk jug craft projects that you can do today. Or come Halloween. Hope you liked this list of milk container DIY ideas. If you have more to add, hit us up via the comment section!
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