Dog Bottle Bank Water Bottle Craft
For this Dog Bottle Bank Water Bottle Craft, recycle a plastic into an adorable puppy and have it watch over your money. Recycled crafts for kids can help teach kids about the importance of helping the planet through reducing and reusing. If you want to stay hydrated but feel guilty drinking out of a plastic bottle, this is the perfect project for you. Recycled craft ideas don't have to look hokey or trashy, either. This fun craft for kids looks great on a dresser or nightstand and will help kids learn the value of saving their precious change. The project is perfect for a rainy day or spring afternoon - turn off the TV and get creative today.
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- Aleene's® Quick Dry Tacky Glue™
- 1/2" flat brush
- Acrylic paint, Burnt Umber
- Chalk pencil
- Clear plastic 1 liter bottle
- Styrofoam egg, 2-1/2”
- Brown felt (we used furry felt)
- Craft knife
- Pom poms: (2) 1” brown,(1) 1/2” black
- Cut a 1/4” x 1-1/2” slot at back edge of plastic bottle.
- For the head, paint Styrofoam egg with 1/2” flat brush with Burnt Umber. Let dry.
- Glue the heads to the top of the bottles. Let dry.
- Using chalk pencil, trace patterns onto brown felt. Cut out all pieces. Cut out dog bone. Glue felt pieces into place.
- Glue on eyes. Glue on brown pom poms and black pom pom for nose. Glue on ribbon collar and dog bone. Let dry.
If you're looking for a companion for your cute homemade doggie bank? There's a feline version available in our collection of 25 Easy to Make Water Bottle Crafts. You'll also find a ton of recycled craft ideas for you to try out at home.