Forget the disposable plastic bags and make a greener and prettier alternative. Make cloth snack or sandwich bags with this tutorial from Amy Thompson.
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.
Instead of tossing those plastic bread tags, turn them into jazzy jewelry with a bit of paint. Best of all, when people ask you where you bought your fantastic jewelry, you will have some fantastic bragging rights!
Learn how to make a fabric wall hanging organizer with this handy tutorial from Earth Safe Finishes. This Floral Wall Organizer is great for storing recipes, mail or whatever else needs some order.
Create recycled newspaper favors to give away at your next party. Learn how to craft with old newspapers and have a blast doing it.
Who would have thought that you could do so many things with paper plates? With this great guide of 21 Crafty Ways to Use Paper Plates, you'll learn how to make storage boxes, kids games, instruments, decor, and more...all with paper plates!
Bring an Adorable Bottle Cap Lady Bug to your next picnic. Bottle cap craft ideas are a fun way to go green and make cute projects on a budget. No need to worry about bugs at this picnic!
Instead of purchasing chemical dyes, use natural fruit and vegetable dyes to color eggs this Easter. The natural beauty of these Easter eggs is stunning and you can show kids how people used to color food and clothing before chemical dyes.
Turn an empty kids yogurt drink container into a bud vase, perfect for those teeny tiny wild flowers you and your child collect on long (or short) afternoon walks!
Looking for ways to be a little greener? These craft ideas will help you to reuse and recycle materials from your holiday celebrations.