Mother’s Day is just around the corner and I am sure you are searching for a perfect handmade gift for mom. Am I right? What about a small gift for Grandma? These tiny little windowsill planters made using recycled lids or a domed vending machine container are just the perfect project for Mother’s Day. . . . → Read More: How To | Mother’s Day Recycled Windowsill Mini-Planter
The Summer Day Camp craft for week five is Recycled Robots. We made these robots while we were camping and they were a huge hit with all the kids. After the robots were finished, (we even had round #2 of robot making on a different afternoon) the kids had a robot show where everyone . . . → Read More: Summer Day Camp | Recycled Robots
In honor of Mother’s Day I reached way back into the depths of my brain and thought of a craft my mom taught me to make. It is a super simple craft, but as a child I always got a kick out of creating these kazoos with a toilet paper tube. My kids were . . . → Read More: How To | Toilet Paper Tube Kazoo
My mantel is all decorated to celebrate Thanksgiving this month. My kids and I made these cheap pumpkins from recycled paper lunch bags to make our Fall display more colorful and full.
How To | Paper Lunch Bag Pumpkins
Paper Lunch Bags Orange acrylic paint Green acrylic paint Paintbrush Magazine to recycle Green . . . → Read More: How To | Paper Bag Pumpkins