Turn your refrigerator door into a bountiful garden with this Garden of Bottle Caps. Made with a variety of cute embellishments, this recycled craft is a great way to use up all those bottle caps collecting dust in your craft stash. You could even forgo the flowers and use little images of friends and family to create a fun magnetic family tree that's unlike anything you've seen before!
Don't throw out your old magazines, do some green crafting with them. Having a lot of patience and time you can create this amazing-looking multi-looped gift bow. Magazines have never been so crafty until now.
Go green with this recycled craft ideas. Faux Felted Water Bottle Bracelets are a fun and sophisticated way to reuse old plastic water bottles.
Fabric roses are a great craft because they can bloom at any time and in any climate! Save an old t-shirt and repurpose it to create your own Upcycled Vintage Fabric Flowers. Stick a flower anywhere - on your shirt, your shoes or in your hair!
Use this recycled CD craft idea from Alexa Westerfield to make a CD cupcake stand. Turn an old CD into a cute stand to hold a single cupcake for your next party.
Wear your personality on your sleeve! A Bold Button Water Bottle Bracelet makes a big statement at a low cost. Use an empty water bottle as your base and dip into your stash of buttons - it's that easy!
Rock an earth-friendly, fashionable look with Water Bottle and Paper Bangles. For this recycled craft project, you'll need metallic foil tape, scrapbook paper and empty plastic bottles. Customize each piece to create the perfect look.
Kids and adults alike will love this Eco Green Tea Light Holder. Made with 100 percent recycled items, this tea light holder is great for parties, weddings, or everyday use. Gather up those toilet paper rolls and get ready to make something beautiful!
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.
This eco-crafting idea uses recycled sweaters found at thrift stores or in the backs of closets to create cozy pillows. For the best results, look for sweaters with embellishments or great texture.