Even plastic bottle lids can be recycled for fantastic art projects like this one. Turn the lids into a contemporary art canvas that's sophisticated but easy enough for kids to do!
Reduce, reuse, recycle. These are famous words that we've all heard before. Before throwing out all your trash take a second look at what you might be able to save. There are tons of crafts you can create with your recyclables.
Instead of tossing old and unused sweaters, turn them into something new and completely loveable. Crafting with old sweaters saves money on craft materials and helps to reduce your household waste.
No need to recycle that cardboard tube - use it to create your own Paper Towel Jewelry and Earring Holder. Make your own DIY jewelry stand using paint, washi tape and other easy-to-find supplies. Now you can display your favorite baubles with pride - be sure to include your favorite homemade jewelry along with store-bought pieces. Save money and help the Earth by using recycled materials for this project.
Do not toss that plastic bag, bottle or empty jewel case! Turn trash plastic into a decorative accent for your home, a functional tool or a fun activity for kids or adults.
A smashed soda or aluminum can becomes a funny cow, pig or bear. This is fun activity and a great way to teach kids about recycling.
We asked our Facebook fans, "How do you use up yarn scraps?" Thanks to our readers, we have 38 Ways to Use Up Yarn Scraps so you can better organize your yarn stash and find great suggestions from crafters just like you on how to get the most for your money!
These beads take a few days to dry but are well worth the extra effort. You can brag to friends that you made the colorful beads with nothing but newspaper!
Transform old magazine pages into this fun Recycled Magazine Cork Board. This is a great way to clear out your magazine stash and create something decorative and unique at the same time! Use this technique to frame a photo, cork board, or mirror. Kids and adults alike will love this recycled magazine craft!
Here are some genius Sizzix ideas to use with an old soda can. You've gotta love soda can crafts because they're not only thrifty but they're also eco-friendly! In this video you'll learn how to make a beautiful butterfly pin using your Sizzix.