4 Ways to Turn Plastic Bags into Art
If you find yourself in possession of too many plastic bags, you should not immediately dispose of them in a waste removal session. As it turns out, plastic bags make for a great resource to use in handmade items, some of which can be quite pretty and practical. Here are few suggestions to spark your interest:
Bean bags woven from plastic
What better representation of practicality than this handy idea of knitting colourful bag cushions from plastic bags material. If you find your interior dull and lacking of charisma, that is the best and most inexpensive way to spark it up. Works great on outdoor furniture too!
Yes, it may not be able to hold very heavy items, but at least you can show off your creativity to guests by introducing a basket made out of plastic thread. You can weave in different colours plastic bags, or go with one, if consistency is what you are aiming at.
Plastic thread coasters
if you are fed up with the water rings left by glasses on your furniture, you can introduce coasters made out of plastic thread. They have a great cushioning effect, so you won’t have to worry about damaging your glass at all!
If you are fed up with the water rings left by glasses on your furniture, you can introduce coasters made out of plastic thread. They have a great cushioning effect, so you won’t have to worry about damaging your glass at all!
The surreal appearance of jellyfish hanging from the ceiling makes for an amazing Halloween feature. You will impress anyone with the display of these scary looking creatures.
As you can see, plastic bags can be turned into quite awesome things. Don’t be afraid to try out any of them, instead of tossing them on the rubbish removal pile.
Oliver Conway has been a committed marketing and communications manager at rubbish removal company in Greater London since 2012. He finds handling residential and commercial waste challenging in a way but also very rewarding and fundamental when it comes to helping the environment. Oliver believes that it is essential to make people aware of the many proper ways to dispose of their garbage and inspire such initiatives throughout UK and beyond.
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