Fun and Easy Plastic Bottle Crafts for Kids


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Do you have some plastic bottles lying around your house that you don’t know what to do with? Why not try making some fun and easy crafts with them? In this blog post, we will share a few ideas for plastic bottle crafts that kids will love. These crafts are simple enough for children of all ages to do, and they are a great way to teach your kids about recycling and upcycling. So gather up those plastic bottles and let’s get crafting!

To Make a Plastic Bottle Bird Feeder, You Will Need:

A pile of sand

– One plastic bottle

– Scissors

– Birdseed

– String or yarn

First, cut the top off of the plastic bottle. Then, make two small holes near the top of the bottle (one on each side). Thread some string or yarn through the holes, and tie it in a knot. Fill the bottle with birdseed, and then hang it up outside. The birds will love it!

Plastic Bottle Wind Chime

Another fun plastic bottle craft is a plastic bottle wind chime. For this project, you will need:

– Four plastic bottles

– Scissors

– String or yarn

– Beads (optional)

Start by cutting the bottom off of each plastic bottle. Then, make two small holes near the top of each bottle (one on each side). Thread some string or yarn through the holes, and tie it in a knot. If you want, you can add beads to the string for extra decoration. Hang your wind chime up outside, and enjoy the soothing sound it makes in the wind.

Rocket Piggy Bank

This plastic bottle piggy bank is a great way to teach your kids about saving money. Plus, it’s super cute and easy to make! For this project, you will need:

– One plastic bottle

– Scissors

– Paint

-A coin (for the nose)

Start by cutting the top off of the plastic bottle. Then, paint the bottle to look like a pig. You can be as creative as you want with this! Once the paint is dry, glue a coin to the nose to finish it off. Now your child can start saving up their pennies in their very own piggy bank.

Plastic Water Bottle Flowers

These plastic water bottle flowers are a beautiful and easy way to decorate your home. For this project, you will need:

– Six plastic water bottles

– Scissors

– Paint or markers

– Pipe cleaners

Start by cutting the bottom off of each plastic water bottle. Then, paint or decorate the bottles to look like flowers. Once the paint is dry, cut six small holes in the top of each bottle. Thread a pipe cleaner through each hole, and then twist it to secure it in place. Arrange your flowers in a vase, and enjoy your handiwork!

As you can see, there are endless possibilities for plastic bottle crafts. So next time you have some plastic bottles lying around put them to good use and try one of these fun projects. Your kids will love it!

Bottle Penguins

These plastic bottle penguins are so adorable, and they’re surprisingly easy to make! For this project, you will need:

– Two plastic bottles

– Scissors

– Black paint or markers

– White felt

– Googly eyes

Start by cutting the bottom off of each plastic water bottle. Then, paint or decorate the bottles to look like penguins. Once the paint is dry, cut two small holes in the top of each bottle. Thread a pipe cleaner through each hole, and then twist it to secure it in place. Arrange your penguins on a shelf or table, and enjoy your handiwork!

Wrapping Up

There you have it! These are just a few ideas for plastic bottle crafts that kids will love. So gather up those plastic bottles and get started! Your kids are sure to have a blast crafting with you.

Happy crafting!

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