Recycled Sunglass Holder Craft

DIY sunglasses case

Wow! Here’s another great original recycling craft  just in time for summer fun in the sun. A  recycled Sunglass holder craft! It’s so inexpensive, you can make one to coordinate with every outfit. All your friends will want to know  how to make one.

Trivia:

All sorts of materials can be recycled. Some of the most common processes in use today involve recycling plastic, glass, metals, paper, electronics, and textiles. Typical used items made of these materials include soda cans, plastic milk cartons, newspapers, old computers, and cardboard boxes. Source: Ducksters –  The Environment  Recycling

Supplies
  • Old Magazines
  • Clear Contact Paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue Stick
  • Black Electrical Tape

Instructions

  1. Cut out pictures, words and letters from old magazines.
  2. Arrange pieces in a pleasing manner, overlapping to completely cover a 8″ square.
  3. Use glue stick to tack pieces in place.
  4. Cover with contact paper.
  5. Turn over and cover the back with contact paper.
  6. Trim evenly to 8″ x 8″.
  7. Fold in half.
  8. Run electrical tape across the bottom edge and long side folding it over to both the front and the back.
  9. Tape around the top opening.

 

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