Here are some quick and thrifty instructions on how to make a decorative wreath. Recycle those old bottle caps into a beautiful bottle cap wreath for an eco-chic holiday!
A great idea for wedding reception decorations, a few Bountiful Hydrangea Pomander are quick and easy to add to your budgeted floral design for your wedding day.
Use fabric scraps and recycled water bottles to create these lovely braided Easter eggs. Use colorful fabric to create the eggs and display in a wicker basket for Easter decorating.
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You probably have the materials for this placemat craft already at home! This Breakfast-Time Basketweave Placemat is a great way to make use of old cereal boxes and milk cartons. Your kids will love having their favorite cereal box cartoons looking up at them from the table!
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Recycle a brown bag to create the shapes for this fun Halloween wreath designed by Heidi Borchers of Inspired at Home. A bit of paint, raffia and a straw wreath make this a quick, easy and inexpensive Halloween craft. For another Halloween wreath idea, check out the Halloween Crochet Wreath. This quick and easy Halloween craft is a welcoming, festive sight on the door. Your visitors will love how this Halloween wreath craft looks (and the witches and goblins with love it, too).
Reduce, reuse and recycle with this jewelry making craft. Try something new and make Brown Paper Bay Beads and Pendant. It's a fun project that's totally green.
Butterfly Flower Seed Favors are one of those wedding favor ideas that will put a smile across guests faces. Allow them to plant a memory of your special day. Great for spring and summer weddings!
Make a functional and surprisingly beautiful hot pad with cardboard. Follow this tutorial from Jenya of MyEvaForeva to create these cardboard hot pads.