A while back, I did a similar storage post with french drain pipes. Click HERE to read that post.
Here is what we are using for today's project. A 2 liter bottle of soda.
If you do not drink soda, maybe a similar bottle size or ask friends and family to save bottles for you.
Peel off the label.
Measure the depth of the space where you will be storing the bottles.
This project is a twofer...the bottle for storage and
the cap for a funnel!!
My husband took the whole stack of funnel tops to the garage for all his automotive needs. Funnel for the lawn mower, tools, cars etc. Great to funnel oil, gas and other things out in the garage. Lol
Now stack the soda bottles on the shelf or space you have. You can just have them in a single row or as many as your space can handle.
It helps to have a confined space like a shelf, where there are supports on both sides to keep the bottles contained.
Soda bottles are a little more flimsy than the french drain project, so be careful of heavy items. The picture above is stacked with spray paint cans and it was fine.
This would be great for...
- quilt fabric scraps
- small yardage pieces of a fabric
- craft supplies
- canned goods in the kitchen
- in the refrigerator for condiments
- in a closet for gloves, mittens etc
- etc, etc, etc
You can do anything with this project. You know my motto...always think outside the box or bottle in this case!!
Have a great Tuesday,