8 Incredible ways to use and recycle the lids of your jars

Everything can be reused, the important thing is to find a creative solution to do it!

If you find more bottle caps than jars themselves, take a look at these original ways to give them a new use. You will be contributing to the environment because we try to reduce the amount of garbage we throw away, and you will also get a new original touch to your home. What are you waiting to try it?

 8 Incredible ways to use and recycle the lids of your jars
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Molds for mini cakes made with the lids of jars

Attention with the tarts so appetizing that they can be made with simple bottle caps. Besides being able to use the metal material as a mold for the oven, you can get a perfectly round shape to make these mini cakes.

 8 Incredible ways to use and recycle the lids of your jars
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Rustic coasters for parties

Turn a can lid into a cool coaster! Of course, your guests will want to take some of these coasters when they see them … but do not worry, they are so cheap to do that you will not mind giving them away. Follow this simple tutorial and you'll have your original coasters ready for the next summer party.

 8 Incredible ways to use and recycle the lids of your jars
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Candles in lids

Something good about wax is that it can melt and pour into almost anything, the key is to hit the place. On this occasion, these zinc bottle caps have been chosen to give a vintage touch with a unique appeal. Take note because with just wax, wicks, lids and a thermometer you can create these fantastic candles !

 8 Incredible ways to use and recycle the lids of your jars
allsortsofpretty.com [19659005] Industrial style garland

It's time to innovate and bet on a different and more personal decoration. You'll see how easy it is to get a "rustic" look for any corner with this collection of rusty lids. Recover them and join them with a cloth loop to create an elegant industrial crown. Dare to show this decorative piece in a backyard or, even, in an interior room for the most transgressors.

 8 Incredible ways to use and recycle the lids of your jars
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Photo garland

A new idea to recycle those abandoned bottle caps is to use them to compose a nice collage of photos. You can design the structure creating the shape you want, you will only need a thermo fusible glue gun to join the lids, paintings to decorate and, of course, your favorite photos!

 8 Incredible ways to use and recycle the lids of your jars
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Refrigerator Magnets

Start storing the cans of paint cans or other jars to make these fun fridge magnets! Place a small magnet on the back of the lid and stick pictures or cutouts of fun memories on the front. A very fun project to do with children!

 8 Incredible ways to use and recycle the lids of your jars
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Charming ornaments

Who says ornaments are only for Christmas ? An ornament, by definition, is a decorative piece, and these charming ornaments can be used to decorate the interior of a house at any time of the year! Here you will see how you can transform, in a very short time, a can lid in an elegant decoration for, in this case, a country house.

 8 Incredible ways to use and recycle lids of your jars
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A very flirty chalkboard

Add this detail to your gifts! Punch a hole in a canister lid, cover it with slate paint and use it as a message label for any gift.

 8 Incredible ways to use and recycle the caps of your jars
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] Remember, from now on, do not throw the lids on the jars! They are a gold mine for creative craftsmanship. Take advantage of these resources to customize your spaces and contribute your bit to the great challenge of recycling.

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