Make your garden bloom all summer long with these bright and fun recycled plastic bottle flowers.


  • clean plastic bottle
  • colored tissue paper
  • scissors
  • Mod Podge or school glue
  • paint brush
  • push pin
  • cork
  • wooden skewer


    1. recycled-garden-flowers2Cut the bottom section of a large plastic beverage bottle.
    2. recycled-garden-flowers4Coat the inside of your flower with a thin layer of Mod Podge or school glue.
    3. recycled-garden-flowers5Place your tissue paper strips and coat with more Mod Podge or school glue to seal it.
    4. recycled-garden-flowers6Push a thumb tack through the center of the flower and into a cork on the other side.
    5. recycled-garden-flowers7Add a skewer to the cork.
    6. recycled-garden-flowers9Try using bottles in different sizes and shapes with different colors to create a bouquet of flowers.

Amy Johnson is a crafter, writer, and mother of four, who believes in the power of handmade, secondhand, and eco-friendly living. Her favorite craft store is the thrift store and she shares creative reuse ideas on her blog < a href="">Maker Mama. Follow her on Facebook for daily inspiration!

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