How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Introduction: Recycled Plastic Bead Bracelets

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Make beautiful satin beads or gems from old plastic cups, plastic soda bottles and milk jugs – pretty much anything thin enough to fold and cut. I combined the plastic beads I made with recycled glass beads and some artifacts to make beautiful recycled bracelets. They are fun, easy and almost free!

In the photo: beaded bracelets from a soda bottle and a beaded tray consisting of various containers.

Step 1: what you need for the beads

Plastic cups, soft drink bottles, milk containers etc. (Clean and dry!) ​​Top to bottom

Permanent markers (colors you like)

Metal pliers (preferably with smooth handles)

Something to wrap the beads like skewers, round toothpicks, etc. Just a few.

Well ventilated workplace.

Step 2: What you need for the bracelet

The beads you made

Any extra beads or findings you like

Stretch Drawstring – I like the really heavy size for this project, 0.75 – 1mm thick

Jewelery glue (such as E6000)

Step 3: Prepare the plastic

Cut the plastic container from top to bottom and then cut it into as large sections as possible. You’ll want to end up with pieces that are at least 4-8 inches long. Usually my containers are divided into 4 sections before coloring them.

If there is a curvature in your sections, the inside of the curvature is the inside of your beads. Here you put the color. If there is no curve, it doesn’t matter which side you color.

Step 4: Color the plastic

It’s fun and it’s really simple.

Use permanent markers to color the inside of the plastic parts. If not inside, select the side. You can make colorful blocks, patterns, stripes or just scribble. I mostly scribbled with the colors I like and the beads turned out great. (Yes, the kids can do the part for you. There’s really no mess.)

When you’re done coloring, cut the sections into strips. They will be rolled into beads.

Step 5: Cut the beaded strips

The shape of the plastic strip determines the shape of the final bead. The straight strips form cylinders. The diagonal cuts form diamonds and ovals. You can experiment with different fonts to see what you like.

The length of the strip determines the thickness of the end point. The longer the strip, the thicker the bead.

To begin with, cut strips at least 4-8 inches long and about 1/2 inch wide. Roll one up with the color inside and see what it looks like. The dimensions vary for the different materials. When you have the right size, cut the rest.

1 strip = 1 bead

Step 6: Heat and coat

Sorry I don’t have a photo of the plastic straps for this step, but it’s really simple.

Take one strip at a time and heat it up with a heat gun. You can put it on any non-flammable surface and aim. The belt should be softened but not loose or bubbling.

Carefully wrap the soft plastic around the skewer (as shown in the paper strips above). Be careful with your fingers, it can overheat. (Use pliers if it’s too hot to work.) This will be your heel. It will be fun as you can see at this point. If you need to adjust the shape or tightness, simply heat the points you want to work on. You can use pliers to help shape the heel. Gently hold the rolled strip with pliers until the plastic cools.

Note: Heat the plastic in a well-ventilated place!

Step 7: make a bracelet

Cut about one foot of the elastic cord. Make sure it is at least 5 inches larger than the finished bracelet.

Thread new plastic beads as well as any other beads, spacers, and bead caps.

Try it on your wrist to determine the size and add or subtract beads until perfect.

Remember: it is not necessary to leave space for the closure. It will stretch over your hand.

Then tie both ends with the surgeon’s knot. (For instructions on knots / video links, see the comments on my other bracelet you can instruct: https://www. instructables. com/id/Beaded-Bracelet-with-Clasp/

Apply a dot of glue to the knot and when the glue dries, trim the ends.

Step 8: beaded bracelet with milk jug

Step 9: Pete’s beaded plastic bracelet

I didn’t color them because they already had the drawing.

Experiment with different types of containers and tags.

Have fun!!

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

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Milk carton taped wallet

It’s very unusual for us to do this, but this week we’re bringing you the trades you can find on the Family Fun website. It is the Milk Carton Wallet, and it’s usable and functional! We wanted to show it off because our friend Brooklyn made some and we loved how they turned out. Brooklyn is in fourth grade. You can visit the Family Fun website HERE to download the template. We’ve mapped out a few of the steps below so you will know what you are getting into!

First, you’ll want to save some juice or milk cartons and wash them thoroughly!

Then download the template, put it on the cardboard and cut it out.

You will need to cut the sides to create an accordion fold and carefully cut the hole to fit the spout.

Funny dra! Cover everything with duct tape! Use different patterns on the inside and outside and around the edges. The inside of your wallet will look like this:

Look how beautiful it is!

The wallet you see here is super tough. It is currently used in a summer camp! Thanks to Brooklyn for sharing this amazing craft with us!

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Mini cans

One day I was getting ready to buy a pill box when I realized it was crazy to pay for something we could do at home. Here is a new ship with an Altoid box, only this time we used Altoids Smalls cans.

Materials:

Altoids Boxes Bead chain Tissue pieces Metal notebook Letters Jewelry Strong glue (we used Pick Crafter: The Ultimate)

Advice:

Start with an empty can of Altoids Smalls. Cut a small rectangle the size of a lid from the fabric. Line the top of the box with glue. Apply the fabric. Wrap the box with beads and secure it with glue. Add letters and jewels as desired. Ready in the blink of an eye! Now it’s ready for trinkets, pills, paperclips, or pins.

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Altoid Box suitcase: craftsmanship from the BDY PRDJECT project

Hurray! PRDJECT BDY (Notes and Observations by Kara McAllister), a mid-range humorous novel by Scholastic, is out DGGI! In honor of the book’s release, we are featuring some of the crafts Kara mentions in the book on the blog. Kami Kinard, the book’s author, is the mother of CLM, this blog’s creator. The Altoid Box suitcase was one of our first posts. Kami liked the idea so much that she included it in her book of hers! Click on a book in the sidebar to find out more!

Create a realistic looking suitcase for your doll.

This job is a bit more difficult, but we liked the result!

Materials:

Altoids of tin
A sheet of white paper
Scotch tape
Brown shoe polish
coated wire
a long bead or a few small beads
A small nail to hang a picture
Hammer

Advice:

Fold the sheet of paper until it is slightly smaller than the top of the Altoids can. This will cover the raised letters if any. It will also provide the size.
Center the folded sheet on top of Altoids of tinand secure with masking tape.
Continue placing pieces of masking tape on the box until the entire surface is covered.
Using a soft cloth, apply the brown shoe polish to the duct tape. Wipe off the excess with a clean cloth. Repeat the process for the darker color.
An adult should drill two holes in the sides of the Altoids cans that are on the opposite side of the hinge. He uses a hanging nail and a hammer for this. (Each of our holes was about two inches from the edge.)
Thread one end of coated wirethrough hole.
Add one or more beads.
Pass the thread through another hole and twist it to secure it.
Decorate your suitcase with small stickers, stamps or homemade stickers (instructions below).

To create travel stickers:

Materials:

Beautiful travel photo prints (we used Microsoft Word clip art)
Transparent Scotch
Markers
Shears
Advice:

Print small travel photos. Keep your photos tight enough to be covered with a single piece of clear masking tape.
Color photos with markers.
Cut out the photos.
Place the sticky side of the tape on the colored side of your images, leaving the edges of the tape exposed.
Trim the images carefully, leaving a small area of ​​the sticky side of the tape around the edges.
Stick these picture stickers to the surface of the suitcase.

This blog page provides instructions on how to make a wrapped bag from recycled materials like candy wrappers, potato chip bags, and even paper.

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Tuesday 21st August 2007

Wednesday 8th August 2007

instructions for the chip bag

Assembly instructions for each item are available on the website. chewing gum. com / compilation. htm …… .. start from point 3 of the manual as your pieces are already cut to size.

Having collected 60 pieces of packaging, you need to connect them in a circle.

Remove the first piece of wrapper and turn it to the other side, opening and inserting the raw edges into the last chain (green piece in the photo)

Follow the pictures. it’s like making the chain backwards.

STRIPES TO SEW TOGETHER

Connect the two chains together as I described with the positive and negative. Będziesz szył przez łańcuszek, nieco w prawo iw dół przez następny łańcuszek, w górę przez następny łańcuszek i w dół przez następny. Follow the pictures ……… You will continue to do this until you reach the point where you started sewing.

Keep sewing up and down until you get close. Make sure you pull the thread so that there are no gaps or you can’t see the thread.

add another row. remember to set a positive position over a negative one

FDNDD TO SEW

Tighten the bottom together and start sewing. You will only be able to sew outside this row. There is not enough room to sew inside the bag like in the other rows.

I can’t really explain how to sew the bottom, but when you squeeze it together it starts moving the needle through the needles to hold them together. It doesn’t matter how many times you look for the square because you will never see the thread. The only place you can see my thread is the corners themselves. You will need to sew the corners several times to keep them tight. The bottom is more difficult to get a consistent sewing pattern as you will be sewing the positive to the positive. You will fully understand what I am talking about when you start sewing. 🙂

Continue sewing along the hem. You will hide a packing square on each corner. Once worn, it won’t go anywhere because it’s pressed so firmly in the corner.

It doesn’t matter what kind of lock you buy. enough to go through the bag. You will trim off the excess when you finish sewing on the bag if it is too long.

Grab the edge of the zipper itself, then thread the needle through the chain and onto the next.

If you look closely at this photo, the needle runs along the red wrapper chain with the yellow stripe running through it. The needle retracts through the white chain.

This image is a bit blurry, but I try to show the needle returning to the white chain. You will hook the edge of the zipper on each “v” around the chain.

Create both ends of the zipper as pictured. It doesn’t matter how long the zipper is, as you can cut it off after putting the ends in the bag.

People in my house love cereals. This is a favorite snack in the morning, noon, and even before bed. With that in mind, I often have a large amount of cereal boxes in my basket to choose from when it comes to crafts. And why let something fresh and colorful go to waste? So I made some paper beads out of the cereal boxes!

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

I love the colors of these beads. And they were pretty simple to do!

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Both her husband and father have a late night snack in front of the TV every night. Apparently Ralph also has a penchant for breakfast cereal.

I tell you, the cereal boxes are piling up!

On my recent trip to Walmart, when I was putting my weekly selection of cereals in my basket, I noticed how colorful these cute boxes were.

The next thing you know the kids were eating with no bags! Ah! I don’t even think they noticed…

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Because these beautiful boxes were confiscated and I was getting ready for my next project!

For this project I used:

Cereal boxes
Sticky glue
Wire with a diameter of 14 mm
Transparent Glossy Mod Podge
Elastic drawstring

Start by opening the box along all the seams so that it is flat. Then cut the top and bottom tabs to make a rectangular piece of cardboard.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

On the back, use a ruler to draw a pencil line along the box, starting at 3/4 inch at one end and ending 1/8 inch at the other. Cut along the line.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Cut as many strips of cardboard as you want.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

I used a piece of Wire with a diameter of 14 mmto start the bead out. Start by wrapping the wide end of the strip around the wire, then start rolling the cardboard around it.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

About halfway, you can remove the thread and continue wrapping. When you get to the end of the narrow part of the strip, add a few dots of sticky glue or white glue. Hold it tight for a few moments until it sticks.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Each bead has a different appearance from the previous one. I had a lot of fun with the colors on those boxes!

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

For the final finish, after the beads have dried, I place them on a piece of wire I had used earlier, which has been hammered into a piece of Styrofoam. This makes it easy to add a layer or two of clear, sparkly sealant to all sides of my beads. When they are dry, separate them.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Dh what a possibility! Key rings, bracelets, necklaces….

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

I went with a nice bracelet. Just slip them onto the bungee cord I found in the jewelry section of a craft store. Very beautifull. Have you ever imagined it started with a box of cereal?

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Bags of chips are something we all deal with and then we throw them in the trash.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

If your conscience is wondering if there are alternatives to sending this bag to landfill, you’ve come to the right place.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

If you simply want to try to reduce your chip bag footprint, just make your own easy microwave chips using Rock Farmer’s simple method. If you want an oil-free recipe with a few extra steps, try this one from the kitchen.

Reuse and reuse:

1) If you’re not able to resist purchasing snacks in crinkly bags, then use your bags as gift bags! It’s easy to do: Turn your chip bag inside out, wash it with dish soap to get rid of any grease. Dry it. Then reuse the silver or white side as a mylar style gift bag. We always do and use them again and again. We just attach a nice ribbon like the one in the photo we found on the beach (no kidding) hanging under a hollowed out helium balloon, all twisted in seaweed. These ribbons last forever, they’re made of plastic, and look as good as new even after years of floating in the open sea. I’ve picked up so many of them on the beach, I’ve had occasion to give a bag of them away on my local Buy Nothing group, with the caveat that the person agrees to keep the ribbons on indoor gifts and not set them free with a helium balloon. When you’ve seen them wrapped around the necks of baby seals and sea turtles, you can’t help reconsider why we risk sending them into our seas via floating balloons in the first place. But I’m making a digression.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

2) Make a shoulder bag. Some potato chip bags have a trendy vintage look and can make a great shoulder bag.

3) Make a rubber wrap style chain bracelet. Remember making paper chains out of chewing gum? If you follow the same method with potato chip bags and candy wrappers, you can create amazing things. The first step is to make a bracelet.

4) And once you have mastered the bubble gum style bracelet, you can move on to the bag.

5) Craftbits has a nice tutorial on the clutch bag.

6) Make a mini-book of potato chip bag pieces. When making mini-cutouts. com, you’ll learn how to make your own cool books that would also make excellent gifts for friends.

Mini bag of chips, photo © making-mini-scrapbooks. com

7) Instructables has a tutorial on the chip bag wallet.

8) Craft a baby crinkly square to appeal to baby’s need for tactile and aural stimulation. We believe a snack bag would give your little one some good rustling sounds.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Baby Crinkly Squares Can Be Made With Potato Chip Bags, Photo © Joy’sHope. com

Remember the compostable Sunchip bags and how loud they were (95 db)? Maybe stay away from them. They’ve been discontinued, apparently, but consumers certainly had fun with the deafening chip bags. Even a Facebook group was started, called SDRRY, BUT I CAN’T HEAR YDU DVER THIS SUNCHIPS BAG. We were thrilled to see the compostable snack bags tested on the market, but when we ran our composting test of the Sunchip bags in a commercial composter for a month, the bags, surprisingly, were still intact – no decomposition was observed.

9) Make a cute robot from the silver side of the bag.

10) Yet inny Instruktaż. This time it’s a pencil case. Who needs a Terracycle when you can recycle your stuff?

11) Cover the old bracelet with the delicious colors of the snack bags to create a new one!

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

I figure that’s enough to keep you busy with your snack bags, but let’s face it, all of this will end up being tossed in the landfill eventually. Although my kids love to occasionally have a junk food fix of chips, we’re continuing to do our best to stop buying foods that come in unrecyclable bags. Until chips can be sold in something a little more sustainable, we’ll do our best to just say no, or make our own.

Remember those loud, ear-damaging Sun Chip bags? They were the first 100% compostable potato chip bags to become the first 100% compostable potato chip bags, which was a huge effort and they quickly abandoned the claim that the bags were so loud that they could cause the loss of food. hearing.

Potato bags for chips and other snacks are a real problem for recycling plants due to their mixed materials. J udging by the various plastic types it contains, it’s safe to say Cheetos bags are waymore complicated than a normal food container.

How to properly recycle plastic yogurt containers?

When it comes to recycling, we all make mistakes.

Yet often than not, chip bags are made of a number of various layers, but mostly polypropylene , or #5 plastic as it’s identified by its resin code; the outer and otherr layer of polypropylene plastic in chip bags help provide a moisture barrier for chips so they’re kept crisp . (You can also find polypropylene in things like yogurt cans.) The inner polypropylene layer is covered with an aluminum shell to make the plastic more durable, and there is a gap between these polypropylene layers. othera type of plastic called polyethylene which gives the bag a firm but flexible seal.

Dnce the bags are ready to be shipped, they’re also pumped with nitrogen so the chips remain intact ( unlike, say, oxygen, nitrogen doesn’t affect the taste of chips ). Together, this entire process creates a complicated hybrid of plastic materials that’s not all that easy for some facilities to recycle—though you can always use Earth911’s locator to find out a facility that might accept your bags or do an online search for your curbside recycling program’s rules.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

With school shopping and choosing a new packed lunch, one of the back-to-school traditions is to cover school textbooks. Some schools require it, some don’t, but your kids are sure to get a kick out of customizing their books with covers made from recycled materials.

You can use a variety of dumpster materials to create unique book covers that, together with masking tape, will be strong and protect your textbooks when stored in a full closet or backpack. I used two potato chips bags, but you can also use cereal bags, paper bags (old stock) or various other product packaging. With the addition of colored tape, book covers become almost indestructible! Using recycled packaging also teaches kids about recycling, and demonstrates that it’s a good idea to reuse things whenever possible.

Bonus: Patterned duct tape (like the plaid pictured above) can now be found at large box stores. I found a plaid from Target and a tie-dye ribbon from Wal-Mart. Transparent Scotch pakowa to również doskonały wybór, ponieważ pozwoli na prześwitywanie grafiki na opakowaniu z recyklingu.

Time needed for the project:About 15 minutes per book.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Materials:

  • Recycled packaging like a bag of chips (I needed two to cover my medium sized book.
  • Scotch tape in uno o più colori divertenti (o nastro da imballaggio)
  • Book for the cover
  • Shears
  • Dish soap, water and a sponge or towel
  • Optional: stickers

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Preparation of the package:

  1. Cut the bottom of the bag over the welded seam.
  2. Cut the back seam.
  3. Wash the bag thoroughly with dish soap and a sponge or cloth to remove any oil residue and crumbs. You can do this in the dishwasher if you wash the dishes by hand!
  4. Dry both sides of the bag. Make sure the bag is completely clean and dry before covering the book.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Here are my two potato chips bags, all clean and dry.

Note:if your child isn’t thrilled with the idea of ​​using an old bag of chips for a book cover (warning: my kids are 3 and under so they think it’s all fun! I don’t know if recycled chips bags will fly with your high school student!), keep the inside of the bag facing out and they can decorate it with stickers or tape as they like.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Assembling the book cover:

Tie the two packages together with a piece of masking tape. Let the tape extend over the edge of the package.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Turn the bags over and secure the edge with tape. See how the two bags don’t perfectly line up? Don’t worry about that because you will be folding this part again anyway, and it won’t be seen. If you want, you can also cover the inside of the bags where they overlap.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Place the book on the prepared bag of chips. Make a fold in the bag along the top of the book as a guide. Remove the book and fold the potato chip bags into the crease, keeping the crease as straight and even as possible.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bagsLay book on top of folded edge (leave a tiny bit of room at the top of the chip bag to make it easier for the book to slide into the book cover once it’s assembled). Fold the bag of chips at the bottom of the book for a clue. Take the book out and fold the bottom into the crease, keeping the crease as straight and even as possible.

Ho incollato ogni sezione piegata al centro, ma non le estremità (vuoi lasciare le estremità aperte in way che le copertine dei libri possano infilarci dentro). Chip bags don’t maintain the folds as well as paper does, so the tape helped keep everything in place.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bagsClose the cover of the book and check the position of any artwork you wish to show on the front of the book. Fold the end on the edge of the book cover slightly open to create a crease.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bagsInsert one side of the book into the folded end of the book cover.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Secure with duct tape (Make sure you don’t tape the area where the book is and that the book cover can slip when you open and close it.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Ripeti questa procedura per l’other lato del libro (taglia la copertina del libro, se necessario, prima di inserirlo nel libro). I noticed it was a little more difficult to get the book to this page.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

You can stop here if you wish, or add additional decorations such as stickers or cut out images secured with clear tape or a name tag or book tag.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bagsI added a few extra pieces of duct tape for fun.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

I really wanted to try my new Scotch tape!

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You will need

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

1] A water bottle or hard plastic that can be cut easily

2] a pair of cutting tools [such as scissors]

3] Needle pliers, tweezers, something like that [it would be nice to have another one on hand]

4] Colors [if you want them to be colored]

5] Dpalarka, lub jeśli jesteś gettem jak ja, zapalniczka: D

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Ddetnij spód i wierzchołki z bidonu [dna używam do włożenia zrobionych koralików, a wierzch jako mały dzbanek na wodę, aby po roztopieniu plastiku mógł go zanurzyć w zimnej wodziejardie i twzy

Then you cut the water bottle horizontally or vertically depending on whether you want a thicker or lighter bead [as some water bottles have a layered structure, if you cut them into strips it will be easier to twist them around the tongs].

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Then color the inside of the plastic strip [or you can take a shorter and shorter strip of paper and flip it towards the inside of the plastic strip]

then grip the very end with your pliers [or the end and the paper>make sure they are lined up. and start twirling the stick around the tongs.

Hold the rolled plastic firmly and remove the tweezers, then take the bead from the hole in the center and from the top near the end of the plastic.

Take the heat gun and aim AWAY from anyone and blow the plastic until the end merges with the rest of the heel. [If you have an extra pair of tongs in your hands, you can shape the drying plastic to make sure the holes are round and stay open.

How to make beads out of recycled chip bags

Let it dry or soak it in cold water and then you will have your first bead

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