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How to Recycle Plastic Trick-or-Treat Buckets


Natalie, from BizE Moms.net, explains how she recycles old plastic pumpkins. She used to use a lot of these pumpkins as luminaries to line her driveway and sidewalk, but after a few years they get faded, look dirty, and get beat up. Instead of throwing them away, she decided to paint them and use craft supplies and other items to make them over. Natalie uses them for table centerpieces and she also gives them away as prizes at her annual Halloween party. She says these are now so popular that her friends and family beg for them!

Other than a plastic pumpkin bucket, some of the items Natalie used to transform her pumpkins are:

Natalie also uses items she has around the house and buys other things she might need to complete a pumpkin transformation. She suggests using wigs, jewelry, hats, scarves, masks, and anything else you can find.

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