Plastic Bottle Paddle Steamer
This Plastic Bottle Paddle Steamer is a fun craft to make for a summer afternoon in a pool or a pond.
This Tin Can Tropical Hut was submitted to our craft contest by 14 year old Lauren from Evansville, IN. Lauren enjoys running, painting, and spending time with her friends and family. … Read More
Recycled materials make some of the most interesting crafts. This Bubble Wrap Jellyfish Mobile is fun and also a good lesson in recycling.
This Coffee Can Drum is a kid friendly project that they will enjoy playing with after the project is complete. You can decorate it any way you would like or … Read More
This Recycled Frog Bank is the perfect way to recycle those plastic drink cups into something useful and cute too. The kids will have fun making this project and saving … Read More
Mom or Grandma would love receiving one of these Antique Saucer Frames for Mother’s Day especially if they are made by one of their precious children or grandchildren. This gift … Read More
Marbelized Nail Polish Flower Pot
Mother’s Day will soon be here and this Marbelized Nail Polish Flower Pot that we made from a plastic cup is a fun craft for the kids to make to present a … Read More
Tissue Box Dinosaur Feet are the perfect way to recycle tissue boxes and give the kids a fun craft that will provide hours of fun when they are done.
This Lucky Leprechaun will be a charming addition to your St. Patrick’s Day decorations. You can never have too much of the luck of the Irish.
Recycle and save your pennies too with this Milk Jug Piggy Bank. Remember 100 pennies make a dollar. Every little bit counts.
The contest winner submitting this beautiful Recycled Treasure box is Serena from Hopkinton MA who is 9 years old and is in 3rd grade. She likes to read and have sleepovers with … Read More
Everybody loves things that glow in the dark. Kids will have a grand time making these Glow in the Dark Jars and then turning out the lights to see the … Read More
Start the new year using recycled items for craft projects like these Baby Food Jar Animals. They’re cute and easy! This idea comes from Lisa of Anniston, Alabama.
Juice Can Lid Wind Chimes
Show the kids how to recycle those lids from frozen juice concentrate into these beautiful Juice Can Lid Wind Chimes. Another example of using recycled materials as craft materials.
Recycled Kitty Pencil Holder
Here’s a neat way to dress up a used soup or vegetable can and make a Recycled Kitty Pencil Holder for your desk or table. This would also make a cute … Read More
Recycle those baby jars into these adorable Snowman Snow Globes. These delightful decorations will last for years and bring back many memories.