Once your candle has finished - what do you do with the lovely bowl? Here are our top 4 upcycling ideas to give your coconut bowl a whole new lease of life!

Tropical Cocktail

Tumeric Gin & Ginger Cocktail

Make a refreshing summer drink using the coconut shell as a cup! Kickstart the small talk at any gathering with these drink holders. The main ingredients to make your own Tumeric Gin & Ginger Cocktail are:

  • Gin

  • Tumeric

  • Lime

  • Ginger Beer

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Coconut Planter

Plant Pot

Coconut bowls make fantastic plant pots and bring a little bit of the outdoors into your home.

Using a drill, carefully bore a drainage hole in the centre of the base of the shell. Cactus and succulents are really easy plants to look after, once you have chosen your plant from a garden centre, fill the shell with potting mix. To up the ante you could also drill holes in the side of the shell to attach string or macrame and make hanging planters!

Coconut Jewellery Storage

Coconut Jewellery Storage

As an addition to your main jewellery box, coconut shells make great storage for your day to day staples. Perfect to put by your bedside so you can easily find your earnings in the morning.

The natural shell also adds to the feng shui of your bedroom. An ancient Chinese derived system of laws considered to govern spatial arrangement of objects and promote well being in ones home.

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Strawberry & Banana Smoothie Bowl

Next time you have guests over, instead of a cooked breakfast why not serve up a fresh summer smoothie bowl.

This one is frozen bananas and strawberries blended with milk and topped with fresh fruit, desiccated coconut and chia seeds.

If you don't own a coconut bowl our Limited Edition Mini Crackling Coconut Bowls are now 20% off, a fantastic introduction to the Kukena range of scents!

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