Step 1: Materials and Tools
1- A plastic soda bottle or water bottle, varying in size depending on what you want to put in it.
2- Sheet metal or a tin can (Sheet metal is better)
3- Stuff to stow
1-A hot glue gun or another method of attaching metal to plastic
2- A sharp Xacto knife, zip knife, or box cutter
3- a Sharpie
4- Tin or aviation snips
Step 2: De-labeling
I forgot to take a picture of me eating the yummy almond. I ate entire box of them while making this instructable.
Step 3: Cutting the Bottle
Step 4: Folding the Flap-Door Thing
2. Fold the flap in half away from the hole so that when free it will form a right angle.
3. Fold the end half of the flap in half so that it will stand at a right angle
4. Make sure that the new hook will fit on the surface it is intended for. Push down on the bottle to see how secure it is.
Step 5: Peeling the Can
1. Take the flap-hook, and stretch it out onto the tin can. See how much tin you need.
2. Make the first cut. Make it next to the seam on the tin can.
3. Make the second cut. Make sure the seam is not between the two cuts.
4. Grab the top of the can between the cuts, and pull outwards and down to peel the section.
5. Cut at the bottom of the peeled section.
Step 6: Folding the Metal
Now we need to fold the metal so it fits around the hook. Bend the metal into a 'C' shape that will snugly fit around the hook. I'm sure that all of you have tools to do this job, but I didn't, so I bent it around a dowel.
Step 7: Reenforcing the Hook
Step 8: Finishing Up
-Drill Holes in the bottom, Its a shower caddy thing!
-Drill Holes in the bottom, fill it with soil and gravel, and hang it outside, and it's a garden!
-Glue magnets on It and It's a locker organizer!
-Hang it on your bed and there's a bedside table!
Let your creative juices flow and I'm sure you will think of something that will make me say Wow, how come I didn't think of that?