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Eco-friendly Halloween crafts can reduce holiday waste and can create quality items to celebrate Halloween for years to come. Learn why eco-friendly Halloween crafts are important for the environment and find 10 eco-friendly Halloween craft ideas.
Not sure what to get for loved ones this holiday season? Create your own easy Christmas crafts with Roseanna Beck's Christmas Ornaments and Snowflakes Flower Box, sure to please anyone on your gift list.
This adorable little owl has a little trick up his sleeve! Filled with sweet treats, this Trick or Treat Owl is a great way to present candy or other yummy goodies to kids of all ages. Easy and inexpensive to make, these toilet paper roll owls are great for crafting with kids and make the perfect last-minute project for Halloween fun. You could also use these cute owls to hold treats for birthday parties, party favors, and so much more!
Add pizazz to papier mache pumpkins with swirls of gold paint and metallic green leaves on wire stems. These elegant pumpkins makes for fantastic autumn decorating, including as table decorations for a fall feast.
Save those spools! Floral craft ideas don't get much more fun than this. Create your own Cardboard Ribbon Spool Flowers and glue them to a painted background. This is a great idea for anyone that loves vibrant wall art.
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If you don't know how to knit or crochet, you can still make crafts using yarn! Use your homemade cardboard loom and make yarn fringe with this simple video tutorial. Yarn fringe can be used to embellish anything!
Wooden deer heads are the latest trend in home decor. Try Jennifer Neill's DIY version with this Plaster Faux Deer Head project. This paintable plaster crafts makes a great feature for your mantel or wall.
Celebrate Earth Day every day and learn how to make wall art with recycled items you can find around the house. These Beyond Easy Cherry Blossoms will freshen up your home and look lovely on the wall. Every day you see this homemade art, you will be reminded of the beauty of our planet and the importance of taking care of it. Making wall art has never been so good for you and the environment. With just a few cardboard tubes, you will be able to create these Beyond Easy Cherry Blossoms.
Roller paper beads are a great way to recycle all that junk mail we receive on a daily basis and create some, beautiful handmade jewelry.
Bring spring into your home with this Paper Butterfly Mobile. This small butterfly mobile is made with a piece of cardboard and various paper scraps, so it's a great way to use up paper you have around the house.
Are you ready to get creative and make cereal box crafts? Create a keepsake with this Look of Embossing with Glue Frame. No one will know this project was created from the remnants of your favorite breakfast cereal.
Making shaker boxes is so much fun! This tutorial is so easy that kids can do it too and shakers make a great addition to homemade greeting cards or scrapbook pages.
Don't throw away your household items. Recycle and reuse them. Make a school bus with the kids. All you need is a spaghetti box and some construction paper along with a few other items. This is a great crafting with kids back to school project.
Use some spare fabric and a few cardboard boxes to create a fun Frankenstein costume for Halloween. Find this project and 34 other kids Halloween costumes in Cute and Easy Costumes for Kids by Emma Hardy.
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