Colorful and Cute Butterflies
Lindsey Boardman at Alpha Mom has shared a tutorial of making butterflies with old milk jugs. All you have to do is to cut pieces of a milk jug. Put templates of butterflies underneath the pieces and color them from top with sharpie markers. Once dry neat the edges of the butterflies by cutting. Superb idea, isn’t it?
Meredith O’Reilly at Great Stems has shared a way to recycle milk jugs into birdhouses by adding twigs to them and then painting them in cheerful colors or drawings. You can try this project with your little ones an they will surely enjoy it.
Fun Snowman Lanterns
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Stylish Loop Earrings
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Beautiful Milk Jug Snowflakes
Cristin Frank at Eve of Reduction has shared a wonderful method of making snowflakes for winter holidays decor using old milk jugs.
No Glue Leaf Luminaries
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Milk Jug Flower Lights
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A Milk Jug and Cardboard Organizer
New Life New Purpose has shared a wonderful storage idea. Simply combine cardboard with recycled milk jug boxes.
Milk Jug Planters
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Cute Fairy Houses
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Lovely Easter Baskets
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A Faux Capiz Shell Chandelier
Titti at Shoestring Pavilion has shared a stunning creation of a faux capiz shell chandelier that she has created from a metal lampshade frame and milk jug faux capiz shells.
Milk Jug Votives
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A Milk Jug Lunchbox Idea
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A Milk Jug Igloo for Kids
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A School Supplies Caddy
Amy Bell at All You has shared a great way to recycle a milk jug into a school supply caddy.
A Snow Owl
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A Watering Can
Chelsey at The Paper Mama has created a wonderful watering can from an old milk jug.
A Gift Basket
Image via: Stamping with Noel
A Milk Jug Christmas Tree
Misty Milam via Pinterest has shared this incredible lit Christmas tree that is all made with milk jugs. Two thumbs up!