If you want your bottles look cleaner, you can boil it or run it under hot water and scratch off the sticker outside to make it more generic. Mine isn't very transparent so I decided not to do this.
Before starting, clean out your medicine bottle to get rid of any remaining medicine powder that has been left in the medicine bottle.
Put headphones in it to keep them untangled.
Store office supplies such as thumbtacks, paperclips and binder clips.
Store your keys for at the beach or in your bag.
Keep herbs fresh in the fridge.
Pack a snack! (Remind kids to be careful about what they eat out of a medicine jar as it could be harmful)
Keep art supplies such as beads, rocks, or needles.
Puncture a hole in the cap and run thread or yarn through it.
Use the same hole to sprinkle glitter.
Keep first aid supplies such as band-aids, creams, or tweezers.
Keep travel supplies like shampoo, conditioner, body lotion or cotton balls.
Keep coffee, tea and sugar for those days.
Put matches in the bottle, glue sand paper on the top and make sure to buy "strike anywhere" matches.
Keep nuts, bolts and screws secure.
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