Good morning 🙂
It’s Friday and so we are feeling jolly here at Remade in Britain. We’ve decided that Friday is going to be our inspirational list of #upcycling ideas day in preparation for weekend crafting. Many of these projects are perfect for children and adults. Please comment and share anything similar you’ve made or any great ideas you have!
Pringle tubes are fantastic for upcycling and the crisps themselves are not too bad to eat either! #anyexcuse! Here’s our favourites forming 14 of the best tutorials online. Please check out the websites and blogs these are from for further inspiration!
Upcyle Pringle tubes into oriental style lanterns courtesy of http://www.youtolife.co.za
Create fabulous cheap and unique bangles by reusing Pringle tubes. Go to http://www.recreationsproject.wordpress.com for the amazing tutorial!
Create thrifty eco-friendly gift wrap to impress your friends! Perfect for handmade cookies or small bottles. Visit: http://www.recyclingbins.co.uk.
Pringle tube upcycled into a MP3 or iPod speaker as seen on http://www.dfidavefreeman.wordpress.com.
Great upcycling idea from http://www.indulgy.com. Recycle your Pringles tube into a Pencil case, storage box or treat / gift box! Perfect for Back to School time!
Upcycle your Pringles tube into a pasta storage tube in a matter of minutes! Tutorial and information at http://www.fromnerdytothirty.blogspot.com.
Turn your Pringles tube into a dolls house, props for board games and models. Unknown source but pinned by Confetti Crafts on her pin4ever site. If this was originally your project, let us know!
Take a good look at http://www.recyclart.org for some inspiration jewellery storage and gift box ideas like these stackable holders from Pringle tubes.
A Great idea for keeping wires tidy and plugs at easy reach from http://www.karimascrafts.com.
This upcycled Pringles tube car from http://www.craftulate.com is perfect for little boys and for crafting birthday parties.
This gem was found on http://www.lifeawayfromtheofficechair.blogspot.com. Always handy to have neat string / ribbon storage!
Wonderfully easy money box or craft storage tube from the people at http://www.indulgy.com.
At http://www.totallygreencrafts.com you can read how to make a fantastic stationary holder from upcycled Pringle tubes!
And lastly, reuse your Pringle tube and create these easy and cheap planters for your garden! As can be seen on www.rainydaymum.co.uk
Have a good weekend and feel free to share your thoughts 🙂
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