Recycled Prescription Bottles

Use empty prescription bottles to:

  • store cotton swabs for travel, the beach or pool
  • carry quarters for toll roads and laundromat
  • carry vitamins when you’re away from home
  • portion out high-calorie treats & keep them from being crushed in your purse

The ideas below are courtesy of pinkcollargal:

  • Mini-Sewing Kit: pins, needle, safety pins, buttons
  • carry Stevia tabs and/or other sugar substitutes in your purse
  • store vegetable and flower seeds

Need more than a prescription bottle?


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I started this blog to share with you all the results of years of turning trash into treasures. Hopefully I'll spark some new creative thoughts and if that happens I hope that you'll share your discoveries and together we’ll build a blog that will singlehandedly reduce global warming and save the world! Okay, maybe that’s a grand goal but we should be able to at least downsize our own trash output.

4 thoughts on “Recycled Prescription Bottles

  1. Hi,
    I love your Irish Atic and I really like this one. I started using my vitamin bottles since I dan’t take any drugs. Any suggestions on the removal of the label and sticky residue left behind?
    Nancy aka Nena

  2. Cooking oil is the perfect solution to remove sticky goo from a plastic surface. Remove as much of the sticker as possible and then saturate the residue with a bit of cooking oil. Let the oil soak down into the sticker and then immerse the plastic in water. The sticker should just wipe away. A second coating of oil may be necessary to completely remove the goo from the plastic surface

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