How to Upcycle a Tide Bottle into a DIY Watering Can

    • Supplies
    supplies
    • Rinse Tide bottle thoroughly to clear out excess laundry detergent.
    • Then remove label with hot water, soap and a sponge.
    • Drill holes in lid.
    rinse bottle, drill holes in lid
    • Hot glue eyes and ears to bottle.
    • Cut 13 cm quarter-circles from felt and paper.
    Glue eyes and ears
    • Place the felt on top of the paper, hot-glue them together, and make a cone.
    • Attach two 15 cm flaps to the cone and tie it to the Tide laundry detergent bottle handle.
    Make a cone
    • Let Piggycorn help you take care of your flowers, and recycle.
    Let Piggycorn help you take care of your flowers, and recycle.

Most people don’t know Tide bottles are recyclable. So to educate them we created #TideKeepsies.

It’s a stop-motion, micro-content video series that showcases different ways to upcycle Tide laundry detergent bottles. Each video posted on Vine, Twitter, and Facebook drives to a respective pin on Pinterest that gives step-by-step instructions on how to make a #TideKeepsie. Each pin also drives back to their respective Vine video to allow those who came across the Pin first to see exactly how all the pieces come together.