Care To Recycle® Spring Up cycle Project
Don’t you just love to find amazing new ways to up cycle things you normally throw away? Find cleaver ways to turn everyday items into crafty uses. learn more about the importance of recycling personal care products used in your bathroom and its many benefits for your household. these are some of our favorite Johnson’s products. Today we are going to up cycle a powder container into a sustainable bird feeder. This is an easy and awesome project to do with the kids
The ultimate bird feeder is our Care To Recycle® Spring Up cycle Project
cut a space out for the bird to get to the food 2 inches up from the bottom
Cut two pieces of string a tie around the top so they hang on each side, this will tie at the top and hang in the tree.Decorate your up-cycled container with washi tape, markers, or anything you have even old scrap book stickers or you can glue artwork, get creative and let the kids have fun. Try to use materials you already have.
Use Bird Seed or create a fun grain mix that will attract different types of birds.
The original Bird Feeder you can do this with any plastic container, we created just one but you could fill your tree with fun variations using all your favorite washi tape that you have been hording in the craft closet, or color with markers.
Care To Recycle® seeks to break down barriers commonly associated with recycling in the bathroom by showing that recycling in the bathroom can be easy and fun!
- Everything from shampoo and mouthwash bottles to soap and bandage boxes can be recycled. To better understand which bathroom products can and cannot be recycled, visit www.caretorecycle.com.
- The more you know about what’s recyclable, the more likely you are to do it. For tips and tools to become a better recycler, visit www.caretorecycle.com.
We created the Care To Recycle® program as a gentle reminder to recycle your personal care items in the bathroom.
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