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Trash to Treasure: 28 Recycled Crafts
All us scrapbookers know that we have way more 12x12 sheets of paper than we actually need...so we asked our Facebook fans how they put extra paper to use...and here are the best 68 Uses for Scrapbook Paper, thanks to you!
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!
Here's a great way to reuse all those water bottles that you have collecting in your recycle bin. With some simple supplies and a little patience, you can create this Soda Bottle Chandelier, perfect for displaying in your craft room or a playroom.
Turn the seat of an old pair of jeans into potholders. The jean pockets, already ready for slipping in your hands, make this sewing project a breeze. This is a fun and simple project that crafters of all skill levels can make, and a great way to reuse an old pair of jeans that has seen better days! You can even make these fun potholders as a gift for a new neighbor or a fellow coworker. Durable and strong, these potholders are a cook's best tool!
To some, an empty tin can is just trash. However, when you're a tried and true craftaholic, you see a tin can as an important craft supply. Tin can crafts don't have to look cheap or like, well, garbage. In fact, you can make all kinds of DIY recycled projects that look absolutely amazing. Create your own pencil holders, coasters and even wall art using discarded tin cans - it's easier than you think. Before you know it, you'll have an arsenal of aluminum can crafts to show, display and give as gifts.
It's amazing what can be done with a pop can when you're done drinking it. With these 18 Crafty Uses for Pop Cans, you'll never have to wonder what to make with pop cans again! Dive into that recycle bin and get inspired!
This Recycled Magazine Floral Wreath is a great way to use up all those old magazines. Get your home ready for spring cleaning (and decorating!) with this fun and easy paper craft project. Crafting with magazines is also a great way to celebrate Earth Day with your family...so gather everyone together and round up all those old magazines and get ready to create something beautiful and fun!
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