Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Recycle-pill-containers into Useful organizers

If you have a giant wallet, a solution I have to lose things in the black hole – Recycling pill containers in organizers! So easy to make.
I have 4 children, which means that the bag that I carry around is HUGE. This also means that I never find something when I need it. I am constantly on the search through my huge travel bag as the children tug at my T-shirt in the supermarket, while I’m desperately trying to what you need.
Maybe I can purse one day, back to being a normal person’s, but for now, huge bags are my reality. So, I came up with a pretty damn’ to organize nice way, some of these necessary things, the need to have a child, inevitably, while we're on the road. The best part is that I have the pill Container that I already had around the house.
you can easily transform your old prescription bottles in a cute, little organizers for your purse, Desk or anywhere else you need a place to stow the loose BRIC-a-brac. I love to use, one for associations and chapstick for my wallet and other for coins. I love Aldi and always need to cart a quarter for those!
pill Container to the organizers
Here’s what you need!

Mod-hodgepodge (Matt or gloss)
Craft paper
sponge paint brush
Spray paint
pill bottles

I want to didn’t that the orange show bottle, so I decided to my pill container a coat of white paint spray. I know a lid and the other 2 cover gold, for even more pleasure! Then you need to cut a strip of paper around the bottle.
then apply a layer of Mod-hodgepodge. Then turn the paper and put another layer of Mod-hodgepodge, smoothing all wrinkles as you go.
Once it’s is completely dry, go ahead and fill with the cute little bottles, what you want!

, you can use thefor coins, loose earrings, a “emergency kit”, bobby pins, paper clips, and the list goes on and on!br> This Recycling-pill-Container a small, sweet gift that would make, as well. You a with money could fill-and give it to a teenager’s birthday gift!
I love everything, makes organize, simple, cute and do super inexpensive. (I'm completely out of my hallway was the closet, a total of Dollar Tree organization makeover!) More DIYs like this one come and say Hello over on my blog, homemade ginger to see.

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