Repupose Mouthwash Container into a Planter
The shape of some plastic bottle bases can inspire craft ideas. Here we have instructions and photos to help you repurpose a mouthwash container into a planter.
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I finished my mouthwash, Crest Scope, and really loved the geometric design toward the bottom. I thought the container would look nice as a planter! Instead of a planter, you can make a terrarium (just cut higher up), an open storage container, or something else!
Total Time: 20 minutes
- mouthwash container
- utility knife
- Peel off mouthwash container's label.
- Using a utility knife carefully cut for your desired planter size.
- Using scissors, trim planter to your desired shape. (See the cool dimensions on this container)
- Add soil and you're ready to plant any cuttings you may have! This would make a great and inexpensive gift to give too!
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