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    whomeworry@webtv.net
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    Default Smart Ways To Use Old Pill Bottles



    Mini First Aid Kit! Tuck band aids, alcohol wipes and a paper with

    emergency info on it in an empty bottle. Peel off the label, paint a red

    cross on the outside in nail polish and toss it in your purse.

    =

    Crafty Storage! Fill empty bottles with craft items like googly eyes and

    beads. Use see through containers so you can grab what you need at a

    glance.

    =

    Crisp Salad! Salad soggy by lunch? Fill a clean bottle with dressing.

    Throw it in your lunch bag and wait until you are ready to eat to pour

    it on for a crisp and crunchy salad guaranteed.

    =

    Hassle Free Watering! Punch a hole in the bottom of a bottle, remove the

    lid and slightly embed into the soil of a potted plant. Just pour in

    water and it will seep in at the perfect rate.

    =

    Seed Sorter! Store seeds in individually labelled bottles. Not only will

    the seeds be organized but the bottles with protect them from light and

    moisture.

    =

    Have lots of extra bottles lying around? Donate them to your local

    humane society or vet offices. They reuse them to package pills for

    pets.



    Happiness is not so much in having as sharing.We make a living by what

    we get but we make a life by what we give.








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    Elizabeth Farnsworth
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    Default Smart Ways To Use Old Pill Bottles




    <TD id="INCREDITEXTREGION" dir="ltr" style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;DIRECTION: ltr;" vAlign="top" width="100%">
    I do re-use my bottles but didn't think of all these great ideas.
    I did save a nice size... well... on the small side container that had a productmy companydoesn't make anymore
    it looks to me like a miniature bucket but with a lid so I washed it out and figured we could save change
    in it or hubbie could use it in the garage. So thanks for sharing your ideas they're great and I do have lots of
    empty pill bottles and will use them more. I tend not to throw them away anyway so now I've found more uses.




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    <FONT face="Garamond" size="3">Elizabeth Farnsworth
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    From: whomeworry@webtv.net
    Date: 7/22/2008 9:15:14 AM








    Happiness is not so much in having as sharing.We make a living by what
    we get but we make a life by what we give.









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    Joi
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    Default Smart Ways To Use Old Pill Bottles

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, whomeworry@... wrote:

    >

    >

    > Mini First Aid Kit! Tuck band aids, alcohol wipes and a paper with

    > emergency info on it in an empty bottle. Peel off the label, paint

    a red

    > cross on the outside in nail polish and toss it in your purse.

    > =

    > Crafty Storage! Fill empty bottles with craft items like googly

    eyes and

    > beads. Use see through containers so you can grab what you need at a

    > glance.

    > =

    > Crisp Salad! Salad soggy by lunch? Fill a clean bottle with

    dressing.

    > Throw it in your lunch bag and wait until you are ready to eat to

    pour

    > it on for a crisp and crunchy salad guaranteed.

    > =

    > Hassle Free Watering! Punch a hole in the bottom of a bottle,

    remove the

    > lid and slightly embed into the soil of a potted plant. Just pour in

    > water and it will seep in at the perfect rate.

    > =

    > Seed Sorter! Store seeds in individually labelled bottles. Not only

    will

    > the seeds be organized but the bottles with protect them from light

    and

    > moisture.

    > =

    > Have lots of extra bottles lying around? Donate them to your local

    > humane society or vet offices. They reuse them to package pills for

    > pets.

    >

    > Happiness is not so much in having as sharing.We make a living by

    what

    > we get but we make a life by what we give.

    >

    Love the ideas, I also have one. I use my old contact cases for pills

    when we are going on vacation. That way I don't have to take the

    whole bottle for a couple of day.








 

 

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