Skills Required: Beginner. You don’t need prior crafting skills to make this project! This is great for beginning Mod Podgers.
I have four kids which means the bag I carry around is HUGE. This also means that I can never find anything when I need it.
I am constantly digging through my giant bag as kids tug at my shirt in the grocery store while I’m frantically trying to find what they need.
Maybe someday I can go back to a normal person’s purse, but for now, giant bags are my reality.
So, I came up with a pretty stinkin’ cute way to organize some of those necessary things that a child will inevitably need while we are out.
The best part is that this project will recycle pill bottles you may already have on hand. You know that plastic bag full of them that you have been waiting for an idea?
Recycle Medicine Bottles
You can easily turn your old prescription bottles into sweet little organizers for your purse, desk or anywhere else you need a spot to stash loose odds and ends.
I love to use one for bandages and chapstick for my purse and another one for coins. I love Aldi and always need a quarter for those carts!
Here’s what you will need to recycle pill bottles!
Mod Podge (Matte or Gloss) Craft Paper Sponge Brush Spray Paint Scissors Pill Bottles
I didn’t want the orange bottle showing through so I decided to give my pill containers a coat of white spray paint.
I did one lid white and the other two lids gold to make them even more fancy! Then, you will need to cut a strip of paper to fit around the bottle.
Next, apply a layer of Mod Podge. Then apply the paper and another coat of the Mod Podge, smoothing out any wrinkles as you go.
Once it’s fully dry, go ahead and fill up those cute little bottles with whatever you want!
It’s so easy to recycle pill bottles that once you start, you won’t be able to stop.
Cute Pill Organizer Yield: 3 bottles Prep Time: 10 minutes Active Time: 30 minutes Total Time: 40 minutes Difficulty: Easy Estimated Cost: $0
Recycle pill bottles using Mod Podge and scrapbook paper! This is the perfect way to get inexpensive and cute storage for smaller items.
Print Materials Mod Podge (Matte or Gloss) Craft Paper Spray Paint Pill Bottles Tools Scissors Sponge Brush Instructions Spray the pill bottles with a coat of white spray paint and let dry. This is especially important if there are labels on the bottles so they don't show through the paper. At the same time, spray paint the lids and let dry. Cut a strip of paper to fit around the bottles. IF you find the paper is too big, trim further to fit. Apply a layer of Mod Podge. Then apply the paper and another coat of the Mod Podge, smoothing out any wrinkles. Allow to dry fully before using. © Megan Kapple Category: Recycled
You can use them for coins, loose earrings, an “emergency kit”, bobby pins, paper clips and the list goes on and on!
These recycled pill containers would make a cute little gift as well. You could fill one with cash and give it for a teen’s birthday gift!
Are you ready to recycle pill bottles? I love anything that makes organizing easy, cute and is super inexpensive to do. (I totally gave my hallway closet a total Dollar Tree organization makeover!) Come say hello over on my blog.
And if you like recycled craft ideas, why don’t you check out these other projects on the blog?
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