How To Make Acrylic Jars Out Of Plastic Water Bottles. by Claire Parker - Musely
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How To Make Acrylic Jars Out Of Plastic Water Bottles.

posted in Beauty
02/04/2014
  • This will be your finished look.
    This will be your finished look.
  • You will need:
• 2 water bottles with the caps on
• scissors
    You will need:
    • 2 water bottles with the caps on
    • scissors
  • Take off the wrappers, and caps on the water bottles.
    Take off the wrappers, and caps on the water bottles.
  • Clip a side in the bottle, and cut up diagonally until you get to the mouth proportion of the bottle.
    Clip a side in the bottle, and cut up diagonally until you get to the mouth proportion of the bottle.
  • Cut the mouthpiece off, and trim down the plastic until it is short enough to put the cap on the cut part... Don't cut too short!
    Cut the mouthpiece off, and trim down the plastic until it is short enough to put the cap on the cut part... Don't cut too short!
  • Fit the cap on the bottom, it might get a little tough, but keep pushing. You might want to trim down just a little bit.
    Fit the cap on the bottom, it might get a little tough, but keep pushing. You might want to trim down just a little bit.
  • Put the other cap on, and wash out the jar
    Put the other cap on, and wash out the jar
  • Twist open the container to fit small jewelry, rubber bands, homemade lip balm, (ect...)
    Twist open the container to fit small jewelry, rubber bands, homemade lip balm, (ect...)
  • You are done!
    Feel free to post comments , and like my tutorial. If you liked this DIY, feel free to request for other DIYs you would like to see.

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