April 26, 2014

Tutorial: Recycled Containers embellished with Pinque Peacock Products... by PINQUETTE Jessie

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Hello everyone!
It's Pinquette Jessie. I have a recycling tutorial today.
If you look at my blog you will notice I recycle a lot of containers. Since Earth Day
was Tuesday I thought this was a perfect time to share how I decide stuff.
First I want to share is few of my recycled projects.

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So the first thing I look at is how hard it will be to clean the container. Honestly, I'm lazy and I don't want to scrub out containers ;) I also look at the size. I don't want to try and fill a giant container after I create it. I'll share a few of the containers I have used. The picture above is a mixed nut container. I have used peanut butter jars that my mom scrubbed out. Here they are...

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I think one of my most unique containers was an old vitamin jar.
My aunt knows I. Raft so she sent a bunch up to my mom for me

I have also used crystal light containers. I have a stash hidden from my hubby of Pringles cans, a Cheetos canister, more vitamin jars, peanut butter jars, and even a really cool shaped coffe jar. Everytime I eat something or go to the store I just imagine what the containers can be. It's great for the environment and it's a great way to save money in your crafting. I hope it inspires you to look at your containers differently. Can't wait to see what containers you make beautiful.
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Thank you PINQUETTE Jessie, for all your
wonderful recycling ideas and how to use
PINQUE PEACOCK products to embellish them with!!!
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Julie Odil said...

Hmm, Jessie, you got me thinking...... Thanks!

Jessica Buffa said...

Super fun projects Jessie. I love altering jars and cans too. I cringe at the thought of throwing anything away really. Lol. Thanks for the tips!

Miranda said...

Super Cute projects!

Laura said...

Jessie..love yours altered goodies... although the Christmas stuff made me smile alittle as we are finally getting warm weather here..

Kimberly Pate | KP Kre8tions said...

Ooh my - what a fantastic idea this is. I have always wanted to create a can, but have never done it. Now, I see the great inspiration you have provided, and well . . . I might just have to try it

Heather Flaherty said...

Wonderful projects! Thanks so much for sharing!