What do you do with Tamper evident bands ?

tamper evident capsTamper-evident bands are commonplace in today’s packaging world.  If disposed of incorrectly, they can end up in our waterways and choke birds and sealife.


I found after just 3 weeks of reclaiming, that they soon add up.   These are items that would normally go to waste, but they can be repurposed if you use your imagination.


Craft Stencil:



Instead of purchasing craft stencils for yourself or kids, collect different sized tamper-evident bands so that you will always have the right-sized ring for your project.


Use your stencil to repurpose gift wrap, gift cards or coloured cardboard to make this style of wall hanging:

Paper hanging

Source:   www.daisymaebelle.com

Or repurpose your children’s paintings into a keepsake:

Repurposed Childrens paintings

Source:   Casey Durham – Pinterest

Upcycle leftover coloured cardboard into a learning board for the children:

children alphabet learningSource: etsy.com


Add some rhinestones to the edges for a one-off frame like this mirror:

tamper evident ring art mirror

Photo source: http://szinesotletek.blog.hu

What do you do with your Tamper Evident Bands?

Until next week,



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2 comments on “What do you do with Tamper evident bands ?
  1. jncthedc says:

    Nothing like combining creativity and environmental safety. This is a wonderful win-win scenario. I am now going to have to wake up the right brain hemisphere and see what ideas I can come up with. My profession tends to cause a severe left head tilt from using ONLY the left hemisphere! Thank you for making me seek balance in my own life!! 🙂

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  2. Glenda Smith says:

    I think you will find it very therapeutic. Go to Pinterest for some inspiration.

    Liked by 1 person

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