Grab your recycle bin and start digging! Recycled can crafts are a great way to grow green and decorate your space at the same time. This Soda Can Lightcatcher is a fun summery project that will sparkle in the sunlight.
The kids will really get into the spirit of recycling with this fun project made on a pizza box. The pretty egret is made with pieces of CDs.
Capture a vintage look with recycled materials - it's easier than you think. To make an Old World Glass Jar Candle Holder, save a clean, empty salsa jar and old book pages. Use them to create a versatile home decor design bursting with old school charm.
This eco-crafting idea uses recycled sweaters found at thrift stores or in the backs of closets to create cozy pillows. For the best results, look for sweaters with embellishments or great texture.
These containers look great, even though they are recycled materials. Match up peoples favorite hobbies, loves and likes with the pictures. Give as a gift filled with pencils or pens.
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.
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.
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.
Use a colorful can to create a fun addition to your next gift. This aluminum can craft will give any boring package an extra dose of fun and excitement. Make a Soda Can Flower Box Topped for a birthday or holiday.
With a little creativity, tin cans become surprisingly elegant luminaries instead of trash.