Coffee lovers, this is the perfect project for you. Save your stash of (unused) paper cups and create a Coffee Cup Tool Carrier. This is a great way to integrate Earth Day crafts into your everyday life. In fact, you can make this anytime of year!
Forget the disposable plastic bags and make a greener and prettier alternative. Make cloth snack or sandwich bags with this tutorial from Amy Thompson.
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.
Robbie the Robot is the perfect Earth Day craft for kids! Making Robbie is a simple and creative way to learn more about recycling and our environment. And he looks pretty cute, too!
Jewelry can be expensive so why not make your own recycled jewelry crafts? Save your plastic water bottles and create your own Repurposed Reverse Fabric Earrings. This project is shockingly easy and so much fun.
This Paper Tube Lavender Sachet is a great way to use up items around your home. These handmade sachets work well in your drawer or closet and make wonderful gifts for loved ones.
All out of upcycled ideas? Need some crafty inspiration? Look no further than your bathroom cabinet. Cute QTip Dolls are completely adorable and fun for all ages! Use cereal box cardboard and yarn scraps for this project.
Talk about going green! Transform sturdy bags made from recycled materials into storage bags for fruit and vegetables in this tutorial from Jenya of MyEvaForeva. Easy to make and washable, these bags make going green simple.
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.
Make fun, eye-popping jewelry from recycled household items! No matter when you wear it, a colorful Plastic Water Bottle and Drinking Straw Necklace will surely make a statement. Have fun with this recycled plastic craft!