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Repupose Mouthwash Container into a Planter

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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

Supplies:

  • mouthwash container
  • scissors
  • utility knife
  • soil
  • plants

Steps:

  1. Peel off mouthwash container's label.
  2. Using a utility knife carefully cut for your desired planter size.
  3. Using scissors, trim planter to your desired shape. (See the cool dimensions on this container)
  4. 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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