What are things you can make out of soda bottles?
My husband and I drink a lot of soda, what are some kids crafts you can make out of them?
Bowling pins. I did this with my daughters when they were younger. I used tempera paint and made the bottles look like penguins. You can put sand in them to make them heavier but I didn't since the girls were toddler age. You can also make them as coin holders and decorate them with pain ribbons buttons, but I would make sure they are washed out completely.
And maybe science experiments-probably would have to google to see what is out there.
I often see many bottles of soda that is used as a flower.Yes, a flower we even have it here at home but its quiet old.The bottom part of a bottle serve as the post or the point of attachment to the other pieces of it.You can cut it and form like a leaves.It depends to you how you want it to be.
You can make see-thru planters from the 2 liter bottles. You cut them and use the bottom half, you can poke a few hole in the bottom, for the water to run out. You place an old saucer underneath the bottles to catch the run-off from the soil. The other is a catch game. You use the the top half of the bottles you cut. You need about a 18 inch piece of kite string or similar string. Glue one end of the string to the inside of the cap, you made need to glue a small round piece of paper on top, of wear you glued the string to hold it in place.Let it dry. Cut a hole near the neck of the bottle, Tie the other end of the string through the hold you made and through the opening of the bottle.
Hold the bottle by the neck, with the string at the back of the bottle. Flip the bottle up and try to catch the cap in it. Small kids, see who can get the cap in the most. You can decorate the bottle, and make a variation of the game. You can also hold the the bottle half by the neck and spin the string around, like a helicopter.
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