Milk bottle lids can be used in many fun ways. Below is a collection of ideas. To see the relevant post, click on the title.
Make the most of a rainy day by creating milk bottle lid boats and sailing them in the water run off or inside in a bowl of water.
Milk bottle lids are peffect dinner plates for dolls. Draw your own food on a piece of paper or use the free template below with a range of food options. There is no need for glue, simply cut out around the circle and press inside the milk bottle lid. This way, it’s easy to change the food at whim!
I want to show you how easy it is to turn a small tree or shrub into a tree house for the kids to play with.
My inspiration for this project is milk bottle lids; on water, they look very much like lily pads. It really is very easy and cheap to set up!
There are many different items my kids use in the bath for play, other than the traditional bath toys like the rubber duck. And bath time doesn’t just happen at night; my son often has a bath during the day as an activity. We have found many items around the house that are fun to play with in the bath.
Milk bottle lids can be transformed into cute rainbow chairs or plates of food, perfect for small dolls like the mini Lalaloopsy Dolls.
Milk bottle lids can be turned into stepping stones to be used in play scene like this one or in a drawing. All you need is milk bottle lids and the free template.
A milk bottle lid can be a perfect water trough for farm animials. Colour the white on the inside of the milk lid with blue permanent marker or use the blue circle in the below template as an insert in the milk bottle lid.
Another way you can use these handy objects is as board game pieces. Simply cut around the faces -- about the size of a 20 cent piece -- in photographs of the family (I put a collection of pictures into Word document before printing them out on one A4 page). Then all you need to do is press the photo circle into the milk bottle lid.
A milk bottle lid can be used as a stencil to draw circle shapes on a piece of paper. Easy, and fun!
Milk bottle lids can be easily turned into a game of Naughts and Crosses. This is fun for rainy days, travelling and holidays.
If you’re looking for an easy craft to do, this patty case flower with a milk bottle centre is super sweet.
Hang your family tree on the wall. Fun for Mother's Day.
Display Kids shell collection in milk bottle lids on a canvas. It looks a little like a shadow box.
Make street signs using milk bottle lids. Perfect for match box cars.
Make your own stamps from milk bottle lids
Easy and super cute.
Milk bottle lid messages are a sweet way to give your child a little surprise in their lunch box and remind them that you love them through out the day.
Make a candle holder with only a balloon, water and milk bottle lid
This is so simple and fun to do. What I really like about it is that it’s made out of items that are most likely to be found around your house, so you don’t need to make a special trip to the shops.! It’s very quick too – a perfect afternoon activity for some festive fun with the kids.