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Repurposed Soda Can Wall Art

Repurposed Soda Can Wall Art Before you toss your soda can, take a second to consider the creative possibilities! Make Repurposed Soda Can Wall Art and find a sense of empowerment! Repurposing materials for crafts like this is a great green option.

 

Upcycled CD Cupcake Stand

Upcycled CD Cupcake Stand Don't throw away those old CDs! Instead, create an Upcycled Cupcake Stand that you can display on your kitchen table. Upcycled crafts ideas are great for saving money and repurposing items you already have. This is the perfect project for a party!

 

Bold Button Water Bottle Bracelet

Bold Button Water Bottle Bracelet Wear your personality on your sleeve! A Bold Button Water Bottle Bracelet makes a big statement at a low cost. Use an empty water bottle as your base and dip into your stash of buttons - it's that easy!

 

Spaghetti Jar Luminaries

Spagetti Jar Luminaries Once dinner is over, clean out that glass jar and create your own lovely outdoor lighting. These Spaghetti Jar Luminaries are great for outdoor parties, and you don't need much more than a glass jar and some wire! Hang these glass jar luminaries from a tree to help set the perfect mood for your next dinner party, garden party, or outdoor summertime celebration.

 

Blue Bling Water Bottle Earrings

Blue Bling Water Bottle Earrings Get inspired by everyday objects. Blue Bling Water Bottle Earrings can be created by combining a plastic blue drink bottle and copper enamel ink. Everyone will be shocked when they find out these earrings are repurposed from a water bottle!

 

Brown Bag Place Mat

Brown Bag Place Mat Use a weaving technique, a recycled paper bag and eco-friendly craft projects to make an attractive and earth friendly place mat. All the products used to create this charming place mat are eco friendly.

 

Spring Paper Tube Sachet

Spring Paper Tube Sachet Great to use as a trinket box or a scented sachet, this Spring Paper Tube Sachet is a fun and easy way to put those empty toilet paper rolls to use. Drop one in your drawer, under the seat of your car, or in your closet for a quick and easy fragrant boost.

 

T shirt Necklace

Tshirt Necklace Want to make this fun necklace? Get to work cleaning your closets and save some old t-shirts and you will have "shopped" for all the supplies you will need. This thrifty jewelry craft will have all the moms wondering how you did it.

 

Upcycled Newspaper Earrings

Upcycled Newspaper Earrings Upcycle a brown paper bag and your daily newspaper to create your own Upcycled Newspaper Earrings. Upcycled ideas like this help you recycle commonly used materials and save on supplies. Plus, these earrings are adorable!

 

Embossed Water Bottle Bracelets

Embossed Water Bottle Bracelets Looking for an inspirational craft project? Look no further than your recycle bin. Make Embossed Water Bottle Bracelets and include meaningful words and phrases on your pieces. Recycled water bottle crafts are both eco-friendly and fun to make!

 

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