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Trash to Treasure: 28 Recycled Crafts
Turn your old costume jewelry into vintage drawer pulls for your favorite dresser. These Recycled Jewelry Drawer Pulls are made with a dab of Krazy Glue to transform a boring dresser from drab to fab in less time than it takes to heat up the glue gun.
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.
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.
Looking for an inspirational craft project? Look no further than your recycle bin. Make Embossed Water Bottle Bracelets and include meaningful words and phrases on your pieces. Recycled water bottle crafts are both eco-friendly and fun to make!
If you're interested in making your own crafty wall decor, look no further than your recycle bin. Instead of throwing away an empty aluminum can, create Soda Can Letter Art. You can spell out a word or phrase that motivates and excites you.
Before you toss your soda can, take a second to consider the creative possibilities! Make Repurposed Soda Can Wall Art and find a sense of empowerment! Repurposing materials for crafts like this is a great green option.
Once dinner is over, clean out that glass jar and create your own lovely outdoor lighting. These Spaghetti Jar Luminaries are great for outdoor parties, and you don't need much more than a glass jar and some wire! Hang these glass jar luminaries from a tree to help set the perfect mood for your next dinner party, garden party, or outdoor summertime celebration.
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.
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