Thursday, March 28, 2013

Guest Post: Sumo Plastic Bottle Bowling Pins

Did you ever look at plastic bottles and think... whoa... those look just like sumo wrestlers?

(Am I the only one who does this?)

If you want to make yourself a whole bunch of these fun guys, you can get my full sumo wrestler plastic bowling pin  tutorial here!






























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26 comments:

  1. So cute! So proud of you :)

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    1. Thanks Lisa. I tried out a couple of other crafts before this one and they flopped, so I was really stressing out.

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  2. Those are really cute bottles. I haven't seen them before, where did you get them? Might make cute cows also. :)

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    1. Hahahahahah! Yup, I can see where the udders would go. They're Aquapod bottles. I saw them at the store and thought they were so cute!

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  3. Just saw your post over at Sugar and Dots and thought I'd head over and check out your blog! I love your "crapts" so funny! I am a borderline hoarder, always wanting to keep things (ie. plastic bottles, etc.) to make fun things like this! I was forced to throw away a lot of stuff after not actually making the time to do anything with it...but it's nice to see someone makes the time to!
    These are just stinking hilarious and super creative! My Stella bear isn't the destructive type (huge difference between boys and girls, I'd say) but I'm sure she would love to play with them more like she does her Little People sets! Thanks for sharing!!
    Xo,
    Eva

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    1. I do the same thing. (Poor hubby is always asking if he should save every empty container.). But we live in a pretty small apartment, so every once in awhile I go on a crafting binge or throw a whole bunch of crap away. Let me know if you try out this out!

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  4. Saw these at S&D's and knew I had to stop by your blog, they are so dang cute! I'm your newest follower, looking forward to seeing what else you have up your sleeve :) ...and your definition of crapter is awesome! I totally thought it was a typo until I read on, made me chuckle.

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    1. :). Thanks for joining me on this crafty adventure!

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  5. These are sooo cute. Very clever indeed :)) made me smile, and my daughter. thanks for sharin from Trish xx

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    1. Glad they brought a smile to your face. That makes me happy

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  6. Thanks everyone for your kind comments and for visiting my little corner of the Internet!

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  7. These are great. I reckon you should put a bit of sand or water in the bottles so they don't fall down too easily :)

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    1. Thanks Justine! I've seen some people put colored water into plastic bottles and use those as bowling pins. Those would look really lovely for spring. But since I painted my bottles from the inside, I think that water will just make my paint run.

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  8. ADORE YOU SO MUCH!!! <3 Thank you for being incredibly awesome. XO!!

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    1. :) Thanks for giving me the opportunity to guest post!

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    2. Girl, this post has been featured on Babble and online magazines. You are the PERFECT contributor- so unique and fun! XO!!

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    3. What!!! (I just found it through their pinterest board.) Wow!! I feel so honored. :)

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  9. Oh my...these are the cutest things I've ever seen!! LOVE!!
    Thanks for sharing at Artsy Corner, you were featured today!

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  10. These are so cute! Thanks for sharing @ Submarine Sunday!

    T'onna

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  11. I was wondering how the skin is so nice & shiny :O This is uber adorable!

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