Upcycling, recycling, or reusing – whatever you prefer to call it, turning old or unwanted objects into something new and useful can be a fun way to save time and be a little greener. Whether you’re an avid DIY-er or someone looking to get rid of clutter, you need look no further than your storage closet to find the materials needed to create family-, eco-, and budget-friendly items.
Our repeat customers are sure to have a healthy supply of a much needed vision accessory – contact lens cases. Contact lens cases provide more than convenience. The American Academy of Optometry recommends replacing your contact lens case once every three months to avoid contamination. We provide these cases to our customers free of charge to help your eyes stay healthy. But if you’ve managed to create a overwhelming stockpile, check out our list of ways to reuse your contact lens cases.
Click on each image below for instructions on how to make it (you’re not imagining things – some images don’t go anywhere).
Never forget your pills at home again. Great for separating day and night doses.
Prevent your ear phones from getting tangled in your bag.
Prevent your floor from getting scratched or damaged.
Have your favorite cosmetics handy in a compact case.
Never lose your keys with this customizable keychain.
Keep your cooking ingredients nearby and handy.
Sick of your earring backs getting lost or switched up?
Separate your colors and keep your projects neat and tidy.
Make an impressive, unique locket.
Organize crafts easily, including glitter, beads, and more.
Don’t waste the very last bit of your favorite lipstick.
Turn learning into a fun game for kids.
Make lipstick in any color of the rainbow.
Decorate and use them on your fridge.
Lure pesky bugs away from your pantry.
The perfect size for dollhouse accessories.
An easy, fun snowman project.
Make cute little ladybugs as an easy kids craft.
Split them up between L and R (and make your own board!)
Color code them for different chip values.
Paint the lids to make a mobile that matches your child’s nursery.
Start a miniature garden.
Keep your favorite fragrances nearby for moments of calm.
Keep your small electronics organized.
Updated Oct 2nd, 2014