5 DIY Home Decorations From Recycled Materials

The 2019 Environmental Events emphasized how climate change is taking a toll on our lives. Therefore, it is essential to come up with simple ways that will help us save the planet. You may conduct recycling drives, river cleanups, community cleaning, and more. However, the best way to go about this is to start in the comfort of your own homes. Recycle materials to come up with your DIY home decorations!

Kitchenware Wall Clock

You can design your wall clock by using old utensils, keys, fabric pieces, and used clothes. All you have to do is transform your spoons and forks as clock hands and use the other materials to design its surrounding area.

Mason Jar Vases

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If you have received too much mason jars from your past birthdays and holidays, then why not maximize its use by creating vases? Just put a quick coat of paint and add a rustic ribbon around it. Then, attach this to a sconce surface to keep the jar in place. What’s just missing are some blooms to add color!

Plastic Bottle Holders

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Plastic bottles are pretty flexible when you shift its use to being a home decor. You can utilize it as a pencil holder or as a container for other school supplies. Do this by cutting the bottle head and designing the body with some leftovers. You may work with some old magazines, art papers, newspapers, plastic trash, or even cloth.

Bottle Cap Wind Chime

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Whether you’re a beer lover or a craft beverage aficionado, the bottle cap wind chime will transform your boring porch into a cheery one. Collect all the bottle caps you get from your favorite beers and sodas and link them together. Then attach these to a tin can to be able to produce a colorful one-of-a-kind wind chime.

Braided T-Shirt Coasters

If you want to declutter your closet, then make sure not just to throw away your extra t-shirts or any cotton-made clothing. Instead, you can cut these into strips, braid it circularly, and create nifty t-shirt drink coasters. If you’re a minimalist, you may opt to use one primary color. However, if you aim to have a playful vibe at home, try out the different color combinations. It’s up to you!

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