Ideas for your empty whey protein container

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What can you do with old protein containers?

What can you do with old protein containers?
Source: Supplement Helper

So you’re training regularly, building muscle and really getting through the protein shakes – but there’s one little problem. There’s a mountain of empty whey protein containers in the backyard.

If you’re creative, there are lots of things you can do with these empty whey protein containers. Here’s some suggestions from the practical to the slightly bizarre to get you started.

Bird feeder

Feed the birds

Use your old protein container to feed the birds
Source: Wikipedia

You don’t have to be Dr Doolittle to look after the animals, so how about turning your empty whey protein container into a bird feeder?

Insert wooden spoons through the sides, which can be used as perches. Next, add a couple of small holes above the perches and then fill with seed and hang in the garden.

Musical instrument

Use your old whey protein container to make music

Use your old whey protein container to make music
Source: Floridays Mom

Turn it upside down and you’ve got a great bongo drum – even better strap a few of them together and you’ve got a cheap drum kit.

If you’ve got even more of a passion for percussion, put a little rice inside your empty container and you’ve got a shaker instead.

Storage

Use your old protein containers as storage

Use your old protein containers as storage
Source: The Ornament Girl

After a while, shelves and tabletops can look a little cluttered with all those knick-knacks that seem to get left about in the average household.

How about labelling up a few empty containers with various things like: Tools or stationery and then organizing your stuff.

Build a raft

Use your old protein container to build a raft

Use your old protein container to build a raft
Source: Times Union

Collect as many containers as you can and with some rope and a bit of wood, you should be able to make a raft.

Now this one is a bit risky, so be very careful. If you’ve beefed up a lot lately, maybe give this one a miss and keep your feet dry.

Penny jar

Use your old protein container as a penny jar

Use your old protein container as a penny jar
Source: Stock and Roll

The bigger the penny jar, the better — and your empty whey protein container should be able to take quite a lot of loose change.

We’re guessing a 2.5kg container holds about £40 in copper coins. Best of all, unlike see-through glass jars, nobody else will be able to find your penny stash and raid it.

Fancy dress

Use your old protein container as a fancy dress helmet

Use your old protein container as a fancy dress helmet
Source: Blueberry Junkie

Halloween comes around every year and there’s always a fancy dress party to attend. You need a quirky costume. Your empty container has huge potential for headwear.

Whether some kind of space helmet or the basis for a huge top hat, you’ll wish you hadn’t thrown it away when it’s time to make a costume.

Plant pot

Use your old protein container as a plant pot

Use your old protein container as a plant pot
Source: Pinterest

Don’t waste your money on buying lots of expensive pottery plant pots.

With a little decoration your empty containers can provide the perfect home for the plants.

Hamster house

Use your old protein container as a home for your hamster

Use your old protein container as a home for your hamster
Source: The Inkling Magazine

Hamsters tend to sleep a lot, so give them an alternative option to a wire cage with the new mobile whey protein hamster house.

Make a window in the side, fill with hay and allow the furry fella to grab some Zs.

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