How do I upcycle a Styrofoam cooler?
The are a nice size my husband gets his insulin in them. I love to use things more than once.
How can I upcycle styrofoam coolers?
Ugh. I'm going to be getting one or two coolers a month. What to do?
How do I upcycle / refurbish an old bushel basket w / lid?
I was driving to work one morning and saw a bushel basket in the median. I turned around and snatched it up! I am in the process of gluing and sanding it. Need ideas ... See more
How can i upcycle rigid foam packing blocks?
how can i upcycle rigid foam packing blocks?
How can I upcycle insulin vials?
I have been saving empty insulin vials for a while now and have about 20 of them. I know there’s a project there somewhere but I just can’t think of one. I’m ki... See more
How can I upcycle empty POM juice bottles?
Any re-use ideas? Besides storing stuff in them. I'm not in a recycling friendly bldg & I feel BAD everytime I have to trash one. They're very cute, hard plastic bott... See more
How can I upcycle metal wine barrel rings?
For indoors or in the garden!
Cover with fabric for a foot stool.
Add texture paint, tile, or rocks for planters.
Offer them to local facilities that help people in need. Homeless could keep things cool/warm in them.
My name is Linda. Here are some ideas from Pinterest. I hope one of them inspires you. Wishing you the best of creativity. :)
You could put them inside a decorative basket and use as a planter. You could build a box around them and make an outdoor cooler. Or they can be turned into outdoor kitty shelters in the winter.
Cover with twine or rope and use as storage baskets or picnic basket.
Break them up and use in the bottom of deep planters to save on using too much soil.
Do fabric collage.
Cut sides off, then use shallow cuts to draw a design onto it, then push pieces of fabric into the cuts for a unique piece of art.
If the sides are straight with no lumps, then you might be able to use it in printing . You can carve a simple design like a bird with a biro pen. Then use this with printing ink rolled onto it. To transfer image onto card or fabric to use in projects like card making.