Use a plain paper plate, buttons from your stash and a small piece of embroidery floss to create your own Paper Plate Gratitude Flowers. Paper flowers are a great way to decorate your space during even the coldest winter months.
Take an old tee shirt and transform it into this awesome fringe scarf. By following the guidelines in this How to Make a Tee Shirt Fringe Scarf tutorial, you'll learn how to make your very own accent scarf in any color of the rainbow!
Looking for ways to be a little greener? These craft ideas will help you to reuse and recycle materials from your holiday celebrations.
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!
Bring an Adorable Bottle Cap Lady Bug to your next picnic. Bottle cap craft ideas are a fun way to go green and make cute projects on a budget. No need to worry about bugs at this picnic!
Reuse an old plastic bottle and turn it into useful bathroom storage. This Plastic Bottle Bathroom Storage project is perfect for holding makeup, toothbrushes, or cotton balls. It doesn't take up any space on the counter so it's great for small spaces.
Transform your old jeans into handy (har har har) pot holders. The jean pockets, already ready for slipping in your hands, make this sewing project a breeze.
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.
Recycle bins and containers for a fun, thrifty craft project that doubles as organization! These upcycled containers are decoupaged with scrap paper and then put to use!
Use recycled items like toilet paper rolls to make these Organic Seedling Planters. These DIY flower planters are great for kids as they learn how and why plants grow. This is a great project for Earth Day and an easy way to get seeds started!