Don’t Throw Away Light Bulbs: Turn them into Crafts
Most households use light bulbs in their homes, although their useful life is limited. When these items stop working, many people throw them away or accumulate them at home without any particular use. At MAG we share the best alternatives so that you can turn them into novel crafts.
Depending on the type of light bulb, this element has a limited useful life in the home, although much depends on the use we give it. In general, we find in this element a glass envelope, inert gas, tungsten filament, among others. When the bulbs stop working, it is common for people to throw them away.
However, it is not the best option if what we want is to contribute to the environment. What we can do is recycle this material or reuse them. Here are some ideas to reuse light bulbs that no longer work.
Turning Light Bulbs into Crafts
Before reusing light bulbs that no longer work in the home, you must remove the small point of the metal solder with a small saw or pliers. Make sure to use gloves for the 4 projects that MAG brings you.
You will need decorative wood, hot glue, pebbles, earth, sand, moss, water, decorative elements, and a wooden stopper for this project. Follow these tips shared by the Tipo Listo YouTube channel to turn the light bulbs you no longer use into practical ones.
Vase or Flowerpot
If you want to make a practical vase or flowerpot, use an unused bulb and a large wire, perfectly shapeable. After inserting this element into the light bulb, add water and then your favorite plant or flower.
For this project, use a light bulb, preferably red, and then add liquid soap inside.
By reusing light bulbs in your crafts, you’re not only adding a unique touch to your home, but you are also doing your part to help the environment. Give these projects a try and see what other creative ideas you can come up with!