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Transform your Almond Milk Concentrate jars into irresistible little plant holders! Easy peasy: simply clean the jar, place some compost in it, and add one of your favourite plants.
Once you've finished your Réotier face cream, clean the jar and use it to hold herbs, spices and even small fruits, such as cherries, tomatoes and cherry tomatoes!
No more misplacing your jewellery! When your scented candle is finished, remove any remaining wax and the wick, then use the pretty jar to store your necklaces, rings and earrings.
Bring a little nature into your home by reusing your eco-refill sachet!
Who knew you could take something plastic and use it to make something rustic?
This is one of our easiest upcycling ideas. Take an empty eco-refill, wash it, fill it two thirds with water, put the cap on and place it in your freezer. You can then use it for your summer picnics or to freshen up when you're feeling hot hot hot !
Make a decorative feature of your plants, with a little help from some eco-refill sachets and a simple but beautiful wooden "frame".
Ready for a challenge? Try your hand at macramé and create a beautiful hanging vase in the colour of your choice!
With a few basic DIY skills, you can make this original organiser and use it to hold small stationery items or lots of other little things!
It's pretty, practical, and perfect if you want to get your teeth into a more challenging DIY project!
Why throw away our gift boxes when you can use them for something else and still enjoy how beautiful they are?
If you're nimble-fingered and a frequent tablet user, this upcycling solution is perfect for you!
These plastic pots are perfect for holding small cactus plants that don't need too much space or water. Just fill them with potting compost (a special cactus mix is best), gently add your cactus (be careful if it's prickly!) and watch it grow (OK, it may take a while...). You'll find lots of helpful information about how to care for your cactus on the Internet.
Once you've finished using your shampoo to nourish your hair, why not use the bottle to nourish the birds? This is possibly our most difficult upcycling creation, but it's definitely worth the effort!
For all budding gardeners out there, why not use an eco-refill sachet to start off your plants?
Simply pierce holes for drainage, fill with compost and sow your seeds. Once your plants are ready to go outside, you can rinse the sachet out and put it away for next year! Plus, you can store it flat, so it takes up less space than standard pots!
Many of our face creams come in beautifully shaped glass jars that can, of course, be recycled. But they're so pretty, it seems a shame to say goodbye to them once your cream is finished! So how about making them into candle holders that will add a warm and bright touch to your home?
If you've got plants that need watering regularly, it's always a problem when you go away... So why not take one of your old shampoo bottles and use it to make a self-watering system? It's really easy, and your plants will thank you for it!
No more messy drawers – just a beautiful gift box (or two, or three...)! This easy upcycling idea lets you keep your underwear neat and tidy, so you can find what you're looking for easily. You could even use it for your ties, accessories, etc.