Recycled Milk Carton Owl Bird Feeder
Kids will love to watch the birds that flock to their Recycled Milk Carton Owl Bird Feeder. Here’s a great kids craft that recycles and helps our feathered friends in … Read More
Show the kids how to make this Recycled Craft Carry-All from a six pack holder. The original container is sturdy and makes a good craft material that will last a … Read More
Recycled Can and Rope Birdfeeder
Kids love to watch the many birds that come to a bird feeder in the colder months. The kids will enjoy it even more when they make this recycled can … Read More
Create this cute arctic styrofoam cup penguin with the simplest of materials. You might want to also make a little scarf to help him to stay warm!
It’s a pile up! These three snowmen cleverly decorate a Renuzit® Adjustable Air Freshener for great scents all winter long. Snowman crafts are great for Christmas and into the winter … Read More
Recycled Spray Bottle Turkey
This recycled spray bottle turkey is one of the most unique Turkeys we have seen and it is made from recycled items. Be thankful and teach the kids to turn … Read More
Turkey Favor Boxes complete the theme for a kids Thanksgiving party. Ben Franklin wanted the turkey to be the U.S. national bird. We chose the American Bald Eagle instead, but … Read More
Here is another way to get the kids interested in crafting with recycled materials. Portland, Oregon contest winners, Elin and James’ mom writes “My son and daughter are very creative … Read More
How To Make A Cardboard Playhouse
Here is a new twist on the cardboard box turned into a playhouse. This homemade house will need to be a family project but will provide hours of fun for … Read More
Recycled Robot Pen Holder
We always need something to hold our pens and pencils and 10 year old Neta from Israel contributed this recycled craft as a solution to the problem. This project uses … Read More
How To Make A Recycled Cardboard Box Desk
This craft probably takes a lot of help from an adult, but the young ones can help with the painting of their own special desk.
Recycle those large empty pill bottles into a pretty and useful Q-Tip holder with colorful duct tape.
Sometimes we forget to tell Dad that he’s the best. This special trophy made by his own kids says it all.
Save those small milk and juice cartons for a rainy day and have the kids turn them into space aliens and monsters.
Our newest contest winner is Katelyn from Milford, Indiana and she is 10 years old. She loves making crafts at her aunt’s house like this pencil pal.
Mom will be proud to display this beautiful desk set all year long. A gift made with love for someone you love.