Keep your yarn from getting tangled and messy by reusing a plastic lid! Just cut a small slit in the lid and then weave the yarn through it. Make the hole big enough so the yarn easily slides through it. So smart!
You can also use lids of different sizes and colors as teaching toys for your kids. You can use them to teach colors, counting, or even use as imaginative games for them! Just make sure they’re not too small that they cause a choking hazard.
Have your kids make fun sun catchers out of plastic lids! They just use a sharpie or marker to draw fun designs on the thin lid, then cut a hole to hang it up and the sun will make the design even brighter!
For small plastic lids like on Pringles containers, use them to store yogurt cups that you just can’t finish. The lids fit really well over the lids and keep your yogurt fresh for a little bit longer!
You can also use plastic lids as makeshift sink stoppers if you can’t find yours. Just put it in the drain (making sure it’s not so small that it falls into the drain), and you’re good to go!
Plastic lids are also great for storing craft supplies as you use them. Just put the glitter, sparkles, beads, or whatever else on the lid. It’ll keep them in one spot while still giving you easy access to them.
Speaking of crafts, you can use a plastic lid to catch drips from your hot glue gun. Just rest the tip on the plastic whenever you’re not using it and then just throw the lid away when you’re done. No more glue on your table!
For small pets, you can use a plastic lid as a food holder! Just sprinkle the food onto the lid and that’s all! This is really good for birds, too!
Stick a plastic lid underneath your potted plants to catch any drips and mess that comes from them. The lids add some color, plus they keep the mess so much smaller.
When washing fragile glassware, consider using plastic lids to protect them. Just stick the glassware in the dishwasher and put plastic lids between them so they don’t clink and accidently break.
I think this is a great idea. Use plastic lids as makeshift coasters for a party. It’s great because they work well, plus your guests can write their names on the coaster so they know where their drink is! Or you can make your own fancy coasters out of them!
Stick plastic lids underneath the legs of your furniture when you’re moving them to make it a little bit easier! This helps them slide across the ground without harming your flooring or furniture.
Store your earrings in a plastic lid when traveling. This prevents your jewelry from getting tangled or lost, plus it’s a super cheap solution!