If we were offered one superpower, it would be tough to narrow down the choices. The usual answers would be flying, superhuman speed or strength, reading people’s minds, and, of course, becoming invisible. But let’s not forget about the lesser-known yet creative superpower of “saving the world by eating Pringles.” Nowadays, we’re getting more interested in learning about ways to protect and save the planet, which is our only home. So when we buy plastic, cardboard, paper, and cans, some practical actions can reduce the amount of trash we produce, like reusing what we can or recycling what we can’t. Here are some ideas to keep in mind the next time we’re munching on Pringles while thinking about how to save the world. It may be as simple as reusing the Pringles cans, which we can inspire friends and family to also do.
Two-step hair-straightener container
As seen in this picture, there’s no need to be a DIY expert to make a practical and creative craft out of an empty Pringles can. The tube was simply covered in wrapping paper, and the lid was taken off. That’s all there is to it. Now this person’s hair-straightener has a new home.
Even though that particular wrapping paper is not the prettiest one, something is relaxing about this picture: it may be the soft, neutral colors, or it might be the cable, which now can be perfectly coiled and held. What an easy way to tidy up a restroom.