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The art of decorating and recycling

RECYCLE PET BOTTLES INTO CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS *Ar Gliller Curl YOU'LL NEED Clean plastic I water bottle STEP 1 Scissors Rinse bottle and remove label and cap. Paint bottle with acrylie paint. Acrylic paint Glitter STEP 3 Cut the bottom of the bottle off, then cut petals or spirals, starting at the bottom and working up STEP 2 Roll bottle in glitter while paint is still wet. toward the neck. Icicle ornaments YOU'LL NEED 15 cm Scissors Clean plastic water bottle STEP 1 Remove the top and bottom ofthe bottle. Cut the bottle into Wire thin strips Nail or needle STEP 2 STEP 3 Starting from the tapered end, heat the strips over a candle while moving and twisting them. (OPTIONAL) Candle Knife You can also paint them ! Plastic flower YOU'LL NEED Q-tip Hole punch Red tempera paint Clean plastic water bottle Scissors Red bakers twine Foam sponge brush Blue printed paper STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3 Cut circles out of the blue paper with a 3/8 inch hole punch. Using a Q-tip dipped in glue, place and overlap the circles on the cap, creating the flower's center. Paint the petals, let dry, apply second coat, let dry. Cut the water bottle in half. From the bottom to the top eut out eight petals. Shape each petal with a rounded edge. Nestle Waters The Healthy Hydration Company

The art of decorating and recycling

shared by Waterstories on Dec 26
Did you know that PET plastic bottles are 100% recyclable? When the PET plastic from water bottles is recycled, it can be used to make new products, such as clothing, pens or industrial materials. So ...


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