Transforming Plastic Bottles into Beautiful Garden Daisies

You can do lots of stuff with plastic bottles instead of tossing them out. Try using them for different things and to make your garden look nice. Just like daisies. Were you aware that plastic bottles can be transformed into daisies? That's why I considered the numerous plastic bottles sitting in our storage that could be repurposed into something useful. So, what's better to do with plastic bottles? They can be fashioned into daisies.

I stumbled upon this fantastic tutorial on YouTube by someone named Olga Sivolap. She shows how to make pretty daisies from plastic bottles. It's a clever idea to bring nature indoors, especially if you don't have a garden. But, daisies look best in your garden. I love making beautiful things from everyday items like plastic bottles. It's not only fun and satisfying but also helps reduce waste. Plus, you get to enjoy the beauty of daisies all year round, no matter the season. So, why give it a try? You might discover a new hobby!


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Here's how:

What You'll Need:

  • Plastic bottles (like the ones from milk or soda)
  • Scissors
  • Sharp knife
  • Hot glue gun
  • Wire


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Step 1: 

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Start by grabbing some plastic bottles. You can use white ones from the milk aisle or clear ones if you've got them. Cut off the top and bottom of the bottle so you have a tube.


Step 2:

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Next, cut the tube into four equal parts. Just slice it in half, then halve those pieces again. Now you've got four sections.


Step 3:

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Time to shape those sections into petals. Bend the edges of each section up to make them look like flower petals. Take your time and try to make them all look nice and even.


Step 4:

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Cut the edges of the petals to tidy them up. Be careful with the knife and take your time to avoid accidents.


Step 5:

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Now, let's put your flower together. Turn on your glue gun and apply a small dab of glue to the center of one petal section. Stick another section on top, slightly turning it so the petals overlap. Keep adding petals until you've got a flower shape.


Step 6:

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Now, using just enough long wire, twist them together to serve as the stem. After piercing the bottle cap, insert the wire through it. Then, color the middle yellow. And there you have it, your daisy is done. Put them wherever you like – in a vase, on a wreath, or as a nice decoration for your garden.


And that's it – you've made your own plastic bottle daisies! It's a fun project that makes any room look nicer and gives those old bottles a new purpose. Can you believe that you can also make a giant dandelion from plastic bottles? So, gather your supplies and start crafting!