16 Storage Container Ideas Under $10

Make an affordable container without burning money!

By Hometalk Highlights

Wrap Tin Cans In Scrap Paper

Cover the scrap paper in varnish to prevent staining, and adhere on the can with adhesive spray.

Cut Up Your Coffee Creamer

Give the bottle a good rinse and take off the label, then funnel in snacks, and label.

Reuse Peanut Butter Plastic Jars

Eat up all the peanut butter, and fill with cashews, oats, or other dry ingredients.

Clean Out Your Sour Cream Cup

Wash out the traces of leftover sour cream, and fill with pens or markers.

Rub Vinyl Letters On Glass Jars

Simply label the item you put in each glass jar with vinyl lettering.

Wrap Your Tic Tac Container In Washi Tape

Spray paint the top of the container metallic finish and wrap in decorative washi tape.

Snip Your Milk Jugs Into Snack Holders

Mark milk jugs in a curved pattern with a sharpie, then cut and bend to shape.

Pop The Top Off A Soda Bottle

Chop off the top of the bottle, cover in pretty fabric, and flip the fabric upward.

Join 2 Water Bottles Together With A Zipper

Cut 2 bottle of water in half, and hot glue a zipper around the cut lines joining the bottle together.

Spray Paint Bottles Metallic

Use an x-acto knife to carefully cut off the top, then use tape to mark down where you will spray metallic.

Switch Your Popcorn Tin Into A Food Container

Begin by wrapping up in decorative duct tape and label on the top with scrapbook lettering.

Make A Pringles Bottle Hold Bags Or Pads

Use a regular sized Pringles jar for organizing plastic bags or cut at the bottom of the smaller bottle for a cotton pad dispenser.

Roll Cloth On A Paper Roll

Measure out the size you desire, cut off the excess, and wrap with hot glue.

Reuse Prescription Bottles For Seeds

Simply clean out the container and label for each type of seed you’ll place inside.

Upcycle A Floss Container Into A Sewing Kit

Store your thread and a needle all in one convenient spot - already contains a built in 'thread' cutter.