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Reuse | Pill Bottle to Carry Little Things


no, don't throw it away! yeah reuse those pill bottles to carry little things
reuse pill bottle to carry little things, cleaning tips, repurposing upcycling
While I was cleaning up some drawers over the weekend, I've found some pill bottles, so ready to throw it away but decided to reuse it.
Just removed the labels and wash it clean.
Spray painted the caps with gold...uhm...okay why not glamorized this pill bottle right? ☺
reuse pill bottle to carry little things, cleaning tips, repurposing upcycling
Spray painted the bottles with white.
Finish it off with a clear coat spray paint on both the caps and the bottles.
Found some cute pink pink dotted ribbon to accessorize it a bit.
Please don't call me crazy for spending some time to make a pill bottle look cute when I can easily use it as is.
But don't you think these are super cute?!
reuse pill bottle to carry little things, cleaning tips, repurposing upcycling
But I like to carry around some cute stuff and pretty things in my purse ♥
So these bottles can carry your little things such as cotton buds, hair scrunchies & clips, bandaids, ear buds, etc.
Especially when you go out of town or overnight somewhere, these little cuties would definitely come in handy.
How can you not be thrilled with this right?♥
reuse pill bottle to carry little things, cleaning tips, repurposing upcycling
Well, what do you think?
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  • Catherine Scherzer
    on Jul 8, 2018

    I have 13 med's I take twice a day. I go threw the bottles too. How did you get the paper to stay on?? How many more different ways for the pill bottles? Email me back please

    • Jan
      on Jul 28, 2019

      I have found that chalk paint works fantastically ! You can get

      small bottles at hobby or craft stores also I have found Waverly chalk paint at Walmart ! Hope this was helpful!

  • Peggy
    on Feb 12, 2019

    I Love these but I live in a small Apt.

    and I can't use spray paint is there another kind of paint that can be brushed on the bottles?


    • Mrs B
      on Jun 26, 2019

      Use plain white contact paper and decorate with sharpees or nail polish. Try mod podge/white glue with some cute fabric. let your mind wander!

  • Peggy
    on Feb 12, 2019

    These are too cute. Been looking for ideas to use old rx bottles when GRANDbabies come over. Thank you

    • Deborah
      on Jun 30, 2019

      I was thinking of keeping mine the same color orangy brown and make a wind chime. Glue a glass bead or seashell on the bottle run the string threw each drilled hole to connect each bottle . I would also find little metal pieces to string up at the bottom for more tinkling sound when the wind blows. You could connect the top with an old mason jar lid .

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  • Anna of 4
    on Jul 2, 2019

    I have 7 pill bottles a month, I usually peel off the label to store my crafting beads in. I use them for Bobby pins, needle and thread, bandaids, safety pins, stick pins, paper clips, the list goes on. Never thought about painting them. I just use a marker to list what is in each and what color beads.

  • Janice
    on Jul 2, 2019

    I like to repurpose items & this will work to organize sewing buttons, & many more things. Thanks for the idea

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