2/28 | DIY Plastic Bottle Organizer

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Makeup can be so fun and very useful, but storing it is not as much fun. There are so many little things like lip gloss, mascara, cover up, lip stick, and q-tips that it can be nearly impossible to keep it all organized. Hopefully, this DIY Plastic Bottle Organizer will help you out! I love makeup hacks that make life easier and that help make life easier. Storage bins designed for makeup are expensive and take up tons of room, this way you’ll be able to save space while saving money, too! No matter if you have a little makeup or tons, you’ll find bottles big enough to fit your style!

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You will need:
plastic spray bottles in various colors
rubber band
permanent marker
Exacto knife
iron

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Step 1: Place the rubber band around the plastic bottle at the desired height. Use the rubber band as a guide to drawing a straight line all the way around the bottle.

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Step 2: Cut along the line with an exacto knife. Be careful and get parental supervision if you need it!

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Step 3: Turn the iron on high and melt the cut edge of the plastic bottle. Only leave it on the iron for about 3-5 seconds. The ragged edges will fold in to create a smooth and rounded edge.

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Repeat steps 1-3 for each bottle. Aren’t these colors so pretty together? I love them, they are so bright and cheery!

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Now all you have to do is fill them with your makeup items or any other little knick knacks that you have lying around! They look so cute and I bet no one will ever guess that they used to be spray bottles from the dollar store!

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10 thoughts on “DIY Plastic Bottle Organizer”

  1. Those bottles look like they were purchased for this project. How can you call that recycling?

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