Cool Crafts You Can Make From Everyday Items || Smart Recycling Hacks

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Reducing waste, recycling when possible, and reusing old things are all great ways of helping the environment. But sometimes we need a little creativity to think of new ways of upcycling things we can find around our homes. Empty bottles, boxes, and paper are all you need to create brand-new and useful objects to organize your life and make it easier. For example, you can craft a pan flute using plastic straws!

Empty detergent bottles can very well become a cutlery organizer; just check out the instructions in this video. Another resourceful way of using an empty detergent bottle is making a blowdryer holder for your bathroom. If you struggle with finding a place to put your phone while you’re charging it, we have the solution for you. The best part is all you need is a sheet of paper. And if you’ve been thinking of getting a shelf for your beauty products, take a look at the DIY cardboard shelf in this video!


0:09 – DIY pan flute
2:19 – Cutlery organizer
5:12 – Blowdryer holder
8:15 – DIY charging phone holder
12:48 – DIY shelf

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