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How to Create an Eco-Friendly Vitamins Organizer

A vitamin is an organic compound that contains vital nutrients that a person or any organism requires in small amounts. Some of the most commonly used vitamins are vitamin C or ascorbic acid which protects against diseases such as the common cold and the flu, and the B vitamins which support healthy metabolism.

 

DIY Fly Trap

Vitamins are commonly sold in pharmacies and some markets. They are available over the counter because they are considered to be a supplement and not an antibiotic.

As we get older, we need more vitamins to keep us going. Though age is just a number, getting old means our system is slowing down in the production of the required chemicals in our body. In order to maintain the level of chemicals we need in our bodies, we need to take these vitamins. There is a saying that, “Prevention is better than cure”, and this is especially true when it comes to vitamins. They protect against future health problems before they occur.

However, if you’re taking multiple vitamins, it can be difficult to keep track of everything you need for the day. A vitamins organizer is a perfect solution to this and allows you to keep track of all your vitamins in storage container that’s mobile and easy to access. That’s what we’ll be showing you how to make in this tutorial.

Eco-Friendly Vitamins Organizer Requirements

fly trap tools

To begin, gather all the materials needed for this tutorial:

  • a clean, empty milk carton
  • a roll of aluminum foil
  • several pieces of newspaper
  • a red acrylic paint
  • a paint brush
  • an inch in width floral ribbon
  • a hot glue gun
  • a cutter
vitamins organizer

Step 1: Remove one big side of the milk carton using a sharp cutter.

Step 2: Wipe the insides of the milk carton to assure that it is totally clean. You may use a piece of tissue for this part.

Step 2: Wipe the insides of the milk carton to assure that it is totally clean. You may use a piece of tissue for this part.

Step 3: Roll a piece of newspaper spreadsheet lengthwise.

Step 3: Roll a piece of newspaper spreadsheet lengthwise.

Step 4: Tightly twine each of the rolled pieces of newspaper.

Step 4: Tightly twine each of the rolled pieces of newspaper.

Step 5: Create 5 to 6 pieces of the twine newspaper. The numbers will depend on the size of your milk carton.

Step 5: Flip the upper third of the PET bottle upside down, then insert it into the remaining two-thirds of the PET bottle.

Step 6: Wrap the twine newspaper around the shortest side of the milk carton. Generously apply hot glue every 2 inches to hold the twine to the walls permanently.

Step 6: Slowly push the upper part down into the lower part of the bottle. This will create a snug fit between the two parts.

 

Step 7: Continue wrapping the walls of the milk carton until you completely cover it with twine newspapers.

Step 7: Continue wrapping the walls of the milk carton until you completely cover it with twine newspapers.

Step 8: The box should look like this when properly done.

Step 8: Tightly wrap duct tape around the edges on top of the PET bottle. Make sure that the duct tape has some excess on the topmost part of it.

 

Step 9: Paint the twine newspaper layers with the red acrylic paint.

Step 9: Create vertical cuts on the excess tape on top.

Step 10: You can do a second coating if you like and let the paint dry for an hour or two before proceeding to the next step.

Step 10: Tape the excess pieces of tape that you’ve just cut onto the insides of the housefly bottle trap one by one.

 

Step 11: Create a bow from the floral ribbon.

Step 11: Pour the raw brown sugar through the upside down mouth part of the housefly bottle trap.

Step 12: Use the scissors to make a diagonal cut at the ends of the bow.

Step 12: Use the scissors to make a diagonal cut at the ends of the bow.

Step 13: Hot glue the floral bow at the middle of the box’s longest side.

Step 14: Shake the fly trap bottle to homogenize the mixture inside.

Step 14: Now you’re done. You can now place your vitamins and other supplements on the eco-friendly organizer box.

Step 14: Now you’re done. You can now place your vitamins and other supplements on the eco-friendly organizer box.

Step 14: Now you’re done. You can now place your v copyitamins and other supplements on the eco-friendly organizer box.

This organizer makes taking your supplements and vitamins a lot easier because instead of having them scattered around the home, they’re all stored in an easy to remember, accessible container. Not only will this save you lots of time and effort but you also won’t miss out on any vitamins or supplements

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