Coffee lovers who are fond of using K-Cups know that they pile up in just a snap. Sometimes, we run out of ideas for what to do with used K-Cups! Instead of throwing them out of the trash bin, why not create K Cup crafts out of them? Here are 12 fun ideas for recycling your used cups!
Make More Coffee
Can you reuse K cups to make more coffee? You sure can.
Make your own K cups by filling your old K-cup up. Slap on a K-cup cap, and then brew as you would an unused K-cup. You can buy caps here.
Use K-Cups to preserve your herbs. Place your herbs in an old K-Cup. Pour some water or olive oil in with your herbs and freeze.
Pull out of the cup when you’re ready to use. They are great for tossing into soups and sauces.
Coffee Ice Cubes
Use your K-Cups to make coffee ice cubes. Just pour some coffee in and freeze it. They won’t water down your ice coffee.
K-Cups can be used as snack cups. Just fill them with tiny portions of snacks. They’re great for your little ones.
Hair Accessory Organizers
Use your K-Cups to organize your hair accessories. Place your tiny hair clips, hair ties, and bobby pins inside. Place the cups in a cup caddy for easy access.
Need to stamp a circle shape? Dip your K-Cup in paint. Now you can stamp away and make cool patterns.
Make your tiny planters a little bit nicer. Just decorate your K-Cup with some fabric or tissue paper. Then add your soil and plant.
Here are some K Cup storage ideas! Use old K-cups or organize tiny items around the house. They are great for things like paper clips, bread clips, or buttons. You can even use them to organize craft supplies like beads and buttons.
K-cups will make a great addition to your play sandbox. They can be used to make cool shapes. Add them to the top of your sandcastles.
K Cup Crafts
You can make all kinds of crafts with K Cups, especially with the upcoming holidays. Make K Cup Christmas crafts to add more decorations on your tree. Get ideas here.
Save up your used cups and turn them into these creative K Cup crafts. You can do these with your kids, too, to have a bonding moment with them while teaching them to reuse and recycle.