Some creative minds surely know what to do with those unused recyclables.

Retno Wulandari   30 April 2016 11:30 - Even though the major retail markets in Indonesia are campaigning about using less plastic bag, we’re still getting more and more plastic spoons everytime we buy foods in the restaurants. At the end of the day, we end up piling up dozens of plastic spoons at home.

But some creative minds surely know what to do with those unused recyclables. Instead of sending them to the garbage truck and letting them harm the environment, they turn them into amazing crafty artworks you won’t believe made from plastic spoons.

In a mission to reduce plastic usage, here are some artists who have created something from what most would just discard as trash:

1. Plastic spoon chrysanthemum clock made of 250 spoons.

Image via thatswhatchesaid

Image via thatswhatchesaid

Learn how to make it here.

2. This plastic spoon mirror would be a great wall decoration.

Image via addicted2decorating

Image via addicted2decorating

Here’s how it’s made.

3. How about this plastic spoon chalkboard wreath for your kitchen?

Image via party city


4. This one is different but still nice.

Image via limaonagua


5. These plastic spoons make for a pretty party garland as well.

Image via clubchicacircle

Here’s how they make it.

6. This project takes a little bit of skill and a lot of patience, but the result is terrific!

Image via handimania

Learn how to make this project comes true.

7. Red is the new black in interior decoration.

Image via littlethingsbringsmile

Image via littlethingsbringsmile

This is how to make these crafty mirrors.

8. This environmentally friendly Christmas tree is made from cardboard cone and painted plastic spoons.

Image via oneprojectcloser

Here’s how it made.

9. Plastic spoons become cute garden markers.

Image via allfreekidscrafts

10. Behold this plastic spoon ombre vase! This will be a perfect centerpiece for your dining table.

Image via allyou

Learn how to make it here.


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