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Ways to reuse Jello and Jello pudding cups. Post your ideas below.

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June 15, 20040 found this helpful

I reuse the little cups that jello or pudding comes in to start my seedlings. I have also used the caps off laundry detergent. Both are reuseable.

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June 15, 20040 found this helpful

Use them in kid's crafts for paints, etc.

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June 16, 20040 found this helpful

I used to re-use the plastic baby food containers with lids on them and make regular jell-o or pudding and put into those cups. They had a lid on them already and were perfect snack size for kids lunches, etc. You could use the pudding/jell-o cups for the same thing if you aren't having to take them somewhere else they will spill out. If you are careful, you could wrap cling wrap over the top and wrap a rubber band around under the lip of the cup to hold it on.

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June 18, 20040 found this helpful

Take the small yogurt cups,cut a hole in the bottom about the size of a dime.Stick them on a twig or dowel rod and place them around your plants.Put the tops back on them.Add small pieces of soap inside them.You have a temporary plant barrier that holds soap for washing your hands after gardening.Have you ever thought about cutting shapes like butterflies and stuff out of bleach jug plastic. Cut a slit in the middle of each shape and stick a stick or dowel through to use as plant markers?

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June 18, 20040 found this helpful

Paint a face on them with patio paint, stick them on a scarecrow body for your garden.You could even adapt that decoration anywhere like making birdhouses by cutting a hole out of the mouth part.

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June 27, 20040 found this helpful

I use them for homemade soap & candle molds.

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May 6, 20050 found this helpful

They're re-used for pudding made at home.

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August 16, 20080 found this helpful

Please tell me the actual size, how many ounces?

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