How to repurpose unusual Pom bottles?

by Brn19899424
My husband and I drink Pom. It comes in an ubusal bottle. Anyone have any ideas how to recycle?

  7 answers
  • if you look at Pinterest you will see many more ideas (tons of snowmen), Here are 2:

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Jul 06, 2017
    The first time I saw Pom bottles, I started thinking about Christmas. At different times, I have made Christmas characters out of Mrs. Butterworth syrup bottles, honeybear honey jars, Coca-Cola glass and plastic bottles, and liquid flavored coffee sweetener bottles. Just a craft every couple of years. Sometimes I would fill the various containers with bath salts, cinnamon flavored cocoa mix, steak seasoning, or other concoctions I made. The Pom bottles ought to fit in with the idea of making character containers for incidental or last minute gifts. The plastic wrap-around should come off easily. Wash and dry thoroughly. The dark color with a new label would be good for savory treats including smoked pecans. If the bottles are painted white, you are halfway to some charming snow people, filled with orange sugar or tiny butter mints. I hope you do something charming with the Pom bottles. Bless you 😇

  • Lora Lora on Jul 06, 2017
    The big wire bottle trees would look great with some of those on them. Maybe painted with a clear glass paint.

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Jul 06, 2017
    How about as a vase?

  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Jul 07, 2017
    Use for beans coffee flour decorate tops with pretty material by hot gluing on you could cut tops of glue together and make draw organizers

  • Tova Pearl Tova Pearl on Jul 09, 2017
    I love the vase idea! They are perfect for flowers, especially if you really pack the vase so you can't see the screw rim of the bottle....

  • Grandma D Grandma D on Jan 29, 2022

    love those cute little bottles. I use the mini water bottles, but the concept is the same. Locate where the neck widens out then cut off the top at that location. Clean the bottom piece and use it for any following: as mini serving cups on your dinner plate for runny foods like applesauce or condiments like ketchup and salsa; to put a side dish like corn into when preparing meals to heat and eat later; and to divvy up snacks for the kids and grandkids (like peanuts, apple slices, or baby carrots)