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12 Thrifty Trash to Treasure Crafts
Pine cone crafts are fun, easy, and most importantly, environmentally friendly! These pine cone glitter ballerinas are a thrifty craft project you can do with pine cones that you find in the yard and lots of glitter.
Show off your stylish side with recycled jewelry crafts. A Brown Bag Handle Bracelet is shockingly easy to make and so chic! Don't throw out those brown paper bags - repurpose them and create pretty bangles instead.
Go green and make plastic bottle cap crafts that adults and kids will love to look at. A Plastic Bottle Cap Bird is a fun and whimsical decorative piece you can display anywhere. Use feathers and fabric scraps to bring your little guy to life.
You'll never be at a loss for words with these Toast and Limerick CD Coasters. Made with old CD's and scrapbook paper, these clever coasters are embellished with a clever limerick or toast, so they're great for a man cave or giving to that guy that's just too hard to shop for.
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.
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.
Our knitting group was asked to try to think of a creative green use for plastic grocery bags; thus, 'Plarn was born. Plarn, plastic yarn, is strips of plastic bags half-hitched together to form knitable or crochetable material.
This Drawstring Sock Pouch project is a great way to recycle those single socks whose partners were eaten by the washing machine. Follow the instructions to learn how to make a drawstring pouch out of socks, gloves, or mittens. This would make a cute change purse!
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