My wonderful sister-in-law had a baby about nine months ago. Besides that I now have a little nephew, and he is adorable, it means I have a connection for Baby Food Bottles!!!
That's not say that when she had her baby I was all "Oh great now I can get your empty baby food bottles." No, it took me some time. But when I saw the little one eating whole food and though about all those bottles I got right on it and asked mom and nana to save those bottles.
Now, I have a huge collection of baby food bottles. I already have a plan for most of them, but if I have extra I need a backup plan. Also, if I get really inspired I can ask them to save more again. (I put mom on hold for now, she can go back to recycling them.)
I'm not going to tell you about my original idea, but here are some ideas for extra bottles. I would love it if you would vote in the comments section for your favorite idea (maybe I can make the project and use it as a giveaway or something).
Uses for Empty Baby Food Bottles
1. Glitter Tea Lights
2. Tiny Vase
3. Advent Calender
4. Hanging Vase
5. Homemade Goodies
I always wanted to make sugar scrub. What better way to give it away than to put it in little baby food jars. But don't limit yourself to sugar scrub, anything you make would be great in a baby food jar. Bath salts, honey, jam, the possibilities are endless.
6. Outdoor Chandelier
Alright, now for your vote. Who knows maybe you will even inspire me to get the family collecting more bottles again.