April 22nd is Earth Day and we thought that this Bottle Cap Turtle would represent recycling and the importance of preserving our wildlife.
Recycled Valentine Magnet
Projects the kids make from recycled materials like this Recycled Valentine Magnet are fun and help make the earth a better planet on which to live. Trivia: The most common way that … Read More
This quirky little robot was made from odds and ends of parts found around the house. This project is one where you start out with a tin can and get … Read More
This cute little reindeer makes for a great ornament to decorate your tree. It’s easy to make and you can use household items for it. The base is a canning … Read More
Recycled Baby Food Jar Stamps
Our newest Contest Winner is Julie Crofford and she loves all kinds of crafts but her favorite is to use things in crafts that can be made from recycled things such as … Read More
Whether you are away at camp or on a family vacation, you always collect momentos to enjoy when you return home. So whether you use this special box for photos, seashells, … Read More
Look at all of the boxes you throw into the trash everyday and see them in a new light. This luxury Ocean Liner was created out of many of those … Read More
Duct Tape Recycled Sit Upon
Dad’s special places are not usually condusive to fancy furniture. However the garage, shed or basement hideaways are the perfect place for this Recycled Duct Tape Seat. On top of … Read More
Make a whole army of these Cardboard Tube Soldiers. Easy for little hands to make and lots of fun. Decorate them to match your favorite soldier.
Our latest contest winner is a Daisy Troop 1456 in Deltona Florida who are working on a recycling project. What a great idea to reuse items that would otherwise end up … Read More
Our newest contest winner is Ann Winberg who has a blog called Cabin Annie’s. Ann, a grandmother and crafter considers herself a free spirit . She retired and living on a lake leading … Read More
Spring is here and it is time to start thinking ahead for our gardens. Make this beautiful Indoor Greenhouse from recycled plastic bottles.
You can make this adorable Hippo in the simple version or the more finished complex version depending on the ability of kids involved.
Kids will enjoy making Noahs Ark and animals as you tell the age old story of the flood.
December 26th marks the beginning of Kwanzaa. Celebrate by having the kids recycle baby food jars into beautiful candle holders.
Show kids how to take those old lids and recycle them into the cute snowmen. Each lid will have its own personality.