Did you know about Arrowhead® 100% Mountain Spring Water’s ReBorn™ Bottle made with 50% recycled plastic? By recycling more, you’re helping us get closer to our goal of making our 500mL ReBorn™ bottles with 100% recycled plastic! This isn’t Arrowhead’s first environmental initiative. And it won’t be our last. In fact, Arrowhead has a long history of treating Mother Nature right.
- The new Reborn bottle material that can be recycled again and again, so there is no end to its usefulness.
- Arrowhead preserves and protects their carefully selected natural spring sources (and acres surrounding them) to sustainable sourcing of our waters
- Arrowhead uses LEED certified facilities to utilizing wind turbines for renewable energy
- Arrowhead is constantly improving packaging
Join Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water in the recycling movement today!
I am so excited to have partnered up with Arrowhead in this recycling movement. I wanted to share some creative ways to use plastic water bottles. I had made this pineapple candy holder to give away as a gift but with St. Patrick’s Day and Easter coming up, thought I’d make some cute water labels for the get-togethers I’ll be attending.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Arrowhead® 100% Mountain Spring Water’s ReBorn™ Bottle
- Scrapbook paper
- Holiday stickers
- Circle craft punch
- Tape or glue
I cut 9”X1.5” strips of paper or ribbon to fit around the Arrowhead bottle label and used tape to secure it. I embellished the bottle with stickers and used circle craft punches for the medallion in the center. These are inexpensive and easy to make and will add a little extra fun and personality to your St. Patrick’s Day and Easter get-together.
Join me and show your support for Arrowhead’s recycling efforts!
A big THANK YOU to Arrowhead for sponsoring today’s post!