Over the last several months I’ve shared lots of recipes using International Delights products. Which means I have a lot of ID bottles. I was going to throw them away but then thought I could use them for a quick little back to school project: Recycled Bottle Backpack Tags.
It only took a few minutes and this is something you can easily get your kids involved in. They will love getting creative and making something easy.
All you need is a plastic bottle, scissors, permanent markers, a hole punch and rubber band or string.
Simply take the plastic film off of the bottle. There are no yucky labels that you have to peel off. Mine came off in 5 seconds. Next use the scissors (utility knife/craft knife could also be used here) to poke a starting point in your cutting. The ID bottles have a big circular shape on the front that is perfect to cut out. There are also lines around the bottle so I used that as my guideline to cut strips. Next decorate the tag. Punch a hole in the corner and lace rubber band, ribbon, string, whatever you have on hand. Attach to backpack or lunchbox and you’re all set.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.
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