A two-liter bottle of soda is perfect for a party, but what about after your guests leave? Instead of throwing away an empty container, make an eco-friendly craft that benefits the environment! A Plastic Bottle Birdhouse is the perfect summer craft!
We asked our Facebook fans what they would do with mesh produce bags from the grocery store once the produce is gone. Here are some genius recycling craft ideas our crafty fans came up with for ways to reuse mesh produce bags.
Keep you hands safe from the heat of your coffee, tea, or hot chocolate with these cute Felt Coffee Cup Cozies. Made with wool felt, these cozies make holding your coffee cup comfortable and easy.
So there's lots of ways to craft with bottles, but what about the caps? Well, don't toss those plastic and metal tops yet! With these 15 Bottle Cap Crafts, you're sure to find a great way to use up all your plastic bottle caps!
Crafting is the perfect way to re-use instead of tossing materials, especially un-recyclable plastics and other trash. In addition, you can enjoy your favorite hobbies and entertain family and friends, while saving money on crafting materials.
Use bottle caps and family pictures to create Christian crosses full of reminders of what to be thankful for. These crosses are a great activity for Bible studies and families to make together. These crosses could also be an Easter craft.
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.
Make everyday Earth Day with Recycled Decoupage Luminary Jars. Save old jars, clean them out and decorate the outside with tissue paper and other meaningful images. Display them indoors on a table or outside on a porch in the summertime.
Be creative and thrifty with this coffee filter corsage. Make one for Mother's Day or your best friend's birthday. Fancy crafts don't have to be expensive, or difficult. Enjoy this tutorial from A Fanciful Twist.
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!