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Fairy Light Recycled Craft

By: Amanda Formaro from craftsbyamanfa.com

Fairy Light Recycled Craft
Fairy Light Recycled Craft
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Take a walk on the whimsical side when you craft up these plastic bottle crafts with your kids. Lovely and earth-friendly, the Fairy Light Recycled Craft is a tutorial that not only shows you how to make a charming little fairy home, but allows you to teach your kids all about the benefits of recycling. This craft project ideas takes a few hours to make and is best done with supervision or with older children as you will need to cut the plastic bottles.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting

Easy

Age GroupElementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

Project TypeMake a Project

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You can find plenty of battery operated votive or tealights at either the dollar store or a craft store like Michaels. If you find an old floral arrangement at the thrift store for a buck or something, buy it and recycle the blooms and leaves for this fairy light bottle project. Your plastic bottles are easy to come by! I neat rainy day craft project for the kids.

I was browsing for ideas to create fairy houses, and those fairy houses on the pictures look so adorable! I have the plastic bottles, and other things needed for this project, except the battery operated light. I have been looking for that kind of light but no luck so far. Hope I will find some soon. Can't wait to make some fairy houses!

just found those at the Dollar Tree...programmable! 2 in the pack for $1.00

OH MY GOSH I LOVE THIS Fairy house made from recycled bottles. It is the cutest thing I have seen and super easy to make. I love the battery operated light because it gives it that glow. I was looking at fairy houses to put in my fairy garden but they are so expensive. I have lots of empty water bottles around and I am going to make a lot of these. Super great video. Well done. Is there any other fairy house videos. Thanks for inspiration.

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