I am one lucky girl! I leave on Wednesday for a luxurious vacation at the Villa Del Palmar Resort & Spa in Baja, Mexico! While I was packing, I was looking for something to pack my rings and earring so that they could easily be found. They always get lost in my jewelry tote that I have. I came across some prescription bottles and thought they were perfect! THEN, I got carried away. What other clever repurposing ideas for prescription bottles are there? I thought of over a dozen!
Here we go!!!
Earrings and Rings
Small jewelry always gets caught or lost when mixed with my necklaces and bracelets. This is a great compact way to keep them separated.
Now my bracelets won’t get tangled in with my necklaces.
Perfect for those nights when you want to put your hair up.
This is perfect for when I travel with my daughter. Her hair accessories are so small and easy to lose.
Travel Tic Tac Toe Game
Also helpful when you’re traveling with kids, make a little board with a piece of paper and use small shells, rocks, and the like for markers.
Mints and Candies
I am always digging in my purse to find individually wrapped mints. This is a great way to keep them all together.
Because you never know…
It’s never fun when you are traveling and you need to feed the meter.
Prescription Bottles are the perfect size for your headphones and great for preventing tangles.
Cotton Balls and Cotton Pads
Prescription Bottles are a similar size to travel shampoos and fit perfectly in a cosmetic bag.
Another compact container that’s perfect for your cosmetic bag.
Small Toiletry Items
Tweezers, nail clippers, and the like fit perfectly inside these useful little bottles.
They fit perfectly! Who would have thought?
Lip Balm. Lip Gloss, & Lipstick
When you have to dig for all three in your purse, having them all together in one container is helpful.
Lastly, hop on over to Inheriting Our Planet and see how I turned some into craft storage!
Phew! If none of these ideas flat your boat, consider dropping empty bottles off at your local animal shelter. They are in need of them to dispense animal medications (Thank you, Craig for the tip!). Did I miss anything???