Handmade yard decorations are wonderful recycled crafts that can teach kids how to recycle plastic bottles and turn junk which pollutes the Earth into something unique and useful. Colorful handmade yard decorations adds interest to backyard designs and help save money on bought in stores designs for gardens and yards.
Lushome brings a collection of recycling ideas that show how to recycle plastic bottles for flower designs, flower bed boarders, sculptures and plants containers and decorate your backyard on a dime. Plastic bottles are a fun material for recycling. Bird feeders and creative garden decorations bring color, original and simple designs into homes while recycling plastic bottles and helping protect our planet.
Hanging containers for beautiful flowers and amazing garden sculptures can be created for recycling plastic bottles. Bright flower designs made with empty plastic bottles can decorate fences, trees, shrubs and railings, personalizing yard landscaping and creating interesting and playful atmosphere.
How to recycle plastic bottles for yard decorations
Handmade yard decorations recycling plastic bottles can be small and large. From huge palm trees to tiny plastic frogs on your flower beds, plastic recycling ideas give fantastic opportunities to explore this material and create truly unique art and recycled crafts.
Cute wind chimes and whirligigs, sculptures of animals and exotic birds are just a few great ideas for recycled crafts and art projects. Outdoor screens, fence or doors decorations, flower bed boarders and even sun shades can be made to reuse and recycle plastic bottles.
Unusual recycled crafts made with plastic bottles can add transparent and colorful flower designs to your porch and balcony designs. Recycled crafts made with plastic bottles attract sun shine and reflect light creating bright environment and festive mood.
Interesting yard decorations inspired by plastic recycling can accentuate every corner of your yard, creating a wonderful background for pictures and outdoor seating areas, but the most important – teaching kids how to recycle plastic bottles, be creative and protect the environment.
by Ena Russ
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