ultimate guide to recycled soda bottle crafts - glass water bottle with lid
What do fans of sports events, New Year's Eve revelers, and babies and toddlers have in common?
Whether it's support, celebration or play, they all like to use noise makers!
Here's how to make your own noise maker at home with recycled water bottles at a fraction of the cost of party supplies or toy stores.
Creating soda bottle noise makers for children and adults is a fun and cheap craft activity.
Also, you are helping the environment by looking for new uses for empty water bottles and excluding them from landfill sites.
Look at your house and you will find that you may already have all the materials you need to make your own noise maker.
Choose a small soda bottle for your noise maker as this is a good size for children.
Rinse the bottle clean and let it dry.
Collecting art supplies-
Such as marking, paint, building paper and glue--
Used to decorate the outside of the bottle.
Then think about the materials that make the best sound in plastic bottles, such as pebbles or dried beans [
Source: Savvy Source James].
Pour the pebbles or beans into the bottle and fix the top.
Decorate the bottle with your art supplies and prepare to cheer, celebrate and play!
You can enjoy creating these soda bottle craft projects or challenge yourself to come up with your own ideas.
Remember, making with soda bottles is a great way to recycle, reduce, and reuse.
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