Here are 20 Amazing DIY Recyling Ideas that you have probably never thought of. Some innovative ways to recycle things that you would usually throw in the trash. ^ Clip drink holder. There is no need to invest in expensive fridge drink holders when you probably have a clip in the office that will do the job.^ Use soda can pull tabs to double your hanging space or to group outfits.^ A very innovative way to recycle cardboard tubes such as toilet rolls. DIY organisation at it's best!^ Create a lightweight shovel with scissors and an empty milk bottle. Brilliant!!^ Add some flavor and some shape to your breakfast by using an onion ring as an egg ring.^ Old bottle top can be used to seal opned bags. This also makes it easy to dispense whatever is inside the bag.^ Broken shower head? You can have a shower using this innovative quick fix. All you need is a plastic bottle and something to poke holes in it with. ^ A comb can hold nails in place.^ A post it note can remove dust from hard to reach places such as between your keys.^ Have you ever struggled to fill a bucket in a sink that is too small? I bet you wish you had thought of this!^ An empty pringles container is great for storing pasta.^ Create a special breakfast or snack with this cute trick.^ Organise your office and keep cords within easy reach at all times. Great idea!^ It can be difficult to find a good spot to charge your phone. Power outlets are not always in convenient positions. Make your own charging pouch so you can power up anywhere.^ DIY broom!^ A simple, brilliant idea. Use as a desk storage container or a herb pot.^ A phone holder that you can make in under a minute!^ Turn the spine of an old umbrella into a drying rack.^ A very modern looking vase made from a light bulb. Cool!^ Beautiful Button Bouquets.
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20 Amazing DIY Recyling Ideas
By WellDone StuffMay 07, 2014
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