One task that was on our Spring-cleaning list lately was to dispose of the plastic bottles that have been collected over the past 3 months. Taking care of the environment is important to us, so we bring our plastic bottles to the recycling center as often as we can. It’s also a nice reward to get $20 (or more!) which I can then use for my crafts.
While I was sorting the plastic bottles into a bag, I saw all of the fuchsia cute lids from my milk containers and thought of an idea: create a flower organizer! I took 6 medim sized lids and another one in blue color. The black large lid was from a mixed-nuts container and was the perfect size to use as the base.
After the washing the lids with soap and water, I used a tacky glue to attach the 2 medium lid back to back (blue color on top) and into the larger lid. It only took 5 minutes to dry and the project was done!
The flower organizer container is so easy to make and so easy to use, especially when I only need a few of the findings on my project. Additionally, this can be used for other items aside from beads and findings. I plan to make more of these for my tiny miniature clay projects like buttons!
You can also read the blog I shared Colorful-paint Pallete I have made in the past similar to this project.