10 Uses For The Empty Formula Cans Sitting In Your Recycling Bin
If you are a formula feeding mom you probably have a bunch of empty formula cans that you have no idea what to do with. I breastfed, but even I had formula cans from hospital swag and the few times I supplemented. I know you breastfeeding moms feel left out, and I promise in the future I will do a post entitled 10 Uses For Your Empty Boobs that will include things like crumb catcher and partner reward , but in the meantime, grab thoseÂ empty formula cans and your trusty glue gun and put those babies to good use (The cans, not your cans.)
*You could probably also use an empty oatmeal can if you have no formula cans!
1: To hold puzzlesÂ
Pinterest user Lydia Hickerson has found a way to wrangle the puzzle pieces that your kids are always losing in the bottom of the toy bin, and we all know how sad Dora looks with only one eye.
Â 2: As kitchen storageÂ
Babies Online has some other ideas for formula can crafts, including using them to store dry goods in the kitchen, which is great because no matter how old people get, they still can’t figure out exactly how to close the box of crackers before they get all stale.
Â 3: As a desk organizerÂ
I love this idea but I have a feeling my kids would still put my scissors someplace I could never find them.
4: To wrangle bathroom essentialsÂ
Someone bring me all your formula cans so I can do this. I need this. the other day I cleaned out my bathroom closet and realized I have six curling irons. SIX. Why? Why do I have so many? I use maybe two of them.
5: For a teacher appreciation giftÂ
Â 6: As a home for plantsÂ
I think these look super cute and if you are planning with gardening with your kids this would be a fun seed project.
7: A Princess playsetÂ
Oh this is awesome. There is a tutorial on RobbyGurls blog about how she turned empty formula cans into a Disney princess village.
8: Monster toss gameÂ
Pinterest user Tracey Van Lent turned her old formula cans into a monster toss game for a party.
9: A toy car garageÂ
I love this idea found on the blog a lifetime to go, and it works as both a playset and as storage for tiny cars.
10: For tiny shoes
When my kids were tiny I was also loosing their little Robeez or what have you. I wish I had seen this craft when they were little.