I love looking at Pinterest. It's a great place to stir my creativity and I found a picture of a faucet extender someone had made out of a baby lotion bottle. Unfortunately, that person did not take pictures of their process of making it so, I had to just wing it. Here's how I did it.
Empty bottle (I used a large Johnson and Johnson bubble bath bottle)
Scissors (I used my trusty Cutco scissors... you know... the ones that can cut through a penny)
Razor or knife (optional. I didn't have one but, you'll see why you might want one later)
Step 1: Cut the top off the bottle
Cut a small amount of the top off. Measurements aren't super important here. Just note that the more you cut off, the shorter your extender will be. Thankfully my scissors could cut through the bottle. But, you might want to use a razor blade or knife or something if you can't get your scissors to cut through.
Step 2: Cut the back for the water flow
Cut the back of the bottle. I pretty much just followed the water drop design around which worked out nicely. Don't cut it all the way down. You need to leave a little bit of a "lip" on the bottom to go over the top of the faucet.
Step 3: Cut out the bottom of the bottle
I hated this step. Seriously. It was very hard for me to cut through because the plastic was so thick. Maybe using a razor blade or knife or something would've worked better but, since I am "accident prone" I decided against it. The picture above shows how I finally had to cut to get to the bottom.
Step 4: Fit extender over faucet
Slide the bottom of the bottle over the faucet. Make sure you position it right. Don't put it too far back or you'll have water all over your sink like I did.
Step 5: Turn on the water and cheer!
Yay! You made it! You can use some of the leftover plastic to wedge the extender in place and make it fit tighter but, it works just fine for me without it. Also, if you find your edges are too rough, you can always sand them down.
Have any questions? Feel free to leave a comment and I'll do my best to answer it. I'm not a master crafter. Just faking my way through :)