Recycle plastic bottles and create your own eco-friendly robot! To create your own Plastic Bottle Robot, try a new technique and distress the bottle with acrylic paint. This gives the piece a very industrial-look edge. Watch your robot come to life!
Save those spools! Floral craft ideas don't get much more fun than this. Create your own Cardboard Ribbon Spool Flowers and glue them to a painted background. This is a great idea for anyone that loves vibrant wall art.
Dip into your recycling for cardboard craft ideas. Before your next dinner party, create Recycled Cardboard Napkin Rings to decorate your table. Use microbeads and cardstock to give your cutlery an unexpected touch of glamour.
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.
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!
Yes, it is possible to love insects in the summer! Make Bottle Cap Bugs from recyclable materials such as plastic bottle caps, empty cereal boxes, and wire. No need to wait until next year to create Earth Day crafts - work on this project today and go green!
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.
Why go green and sacrifice style? With this Groovy T-Shirt Tote, there's no need to. This bag is made from recycled and earth-safe materials so feel free to strut your stuff and be groovy.
With a little creativity, tin cans become surprisingly elegant luminaries instead of trash.
Instead of tossing empty tea lights, those shiny metal holders for the mini-candles, why not make them into something beautiful? Create tea light flowers for cute napkin rings.