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Cheap and Easy Crafts for Kids: 9 Recycled Crafts

Cheap and Easy Crafts for Kids 9 Recycled Crafts Get your crafty kids ready because with Cheap and Easy Crafts for Kids 9 Recycled Crafts, you'll be able to keep them crafting all day long. Your supply of recycled goods is unending and using them to create imaginative, new projects helps the environment and your wallet. All of the crafts that you will find in this go green eBook are affordable, which means lots of fun arts and crafts projects for the kids.


Million Dollar Toilet Roll Bracelet

Million Dollar Toilet Roll Bracelet Be careful to guard this Million Dollar Toilet Roll Bracelet once you finish it, because everyone will want one. Even though this bracelet is made from recycled materials, it looks like it's worth a fortune. That's because the way you'll decorate it is better than anything you'd find on Fifth Avenue. Snip, paint and glue together a divine DIY bracelet. When you learn how to make jewelry bracelets like this one, you'll look like a million bucks.


T-Shirt Tote

T Shirt Tote Join the go green movement in more ways than one. When you make the simple T-Shirt Tote from an old, soft item of clothing, you're recycling. Then, when you use your tote instead of plastic or paper, you're helping the environment once again. Look at you, crafty kiddo! Recycled material crafts are affordable, and in this case, totally adorable. Color a plain shirt, or a cool, patterned one to up the style even more.


Beaded Butterfly Beauty

Beaded Butterfly Beauty Never, when staring at an empty toilet paper roll, did you believe that it could grow into a beautiful butterfly. Well, start believing because the Beaded Butterfly Beauty is a toilet paper roll craft. These fun projects are darling and a bit funny when you think of where they came from. But real butterflies come from caterpillars, so it's not that far off. Kids can make these simple butterfly crafts inexpensively, so let the fluttering begin.


Recycled Spoon Flower Art

Recycled Spoon Flower Art Who knew that plastic spoon crafts could be so cute? If you're searching for the perfect spring crafts for kids, look no further than Recycled Spoon Flower Art. These thrifty flower crafts would be an easy spring art project idea for a classroom, since they cost hardly a cent to make. Plus, kids of all ages can make this recycled craft. Kids will find tons of ways to decorate with their Recycled Spoon Flower Art, so let their creativity bloom.


Recycled Kaleidoscope Crayons

Recycled Kaleidoscope Crayons Melt down old, broken crayons to make brand new ones in a kaleidoscope of shapes and mottled colors with these Recycled Kaleidoscope Crayons. Kids coloring projects are a ton of fun with melted crayons and a muffin tin, and these amazing homemade crayons will turn out perfectly every time.


Mr. Plant Head

Mr Plant Head Mr. Potato Head has gotten an upgrade, and he looks good! He's all about recycled crafts and green crafting now, so he's turned himself into Mr. Plant Head. This adorable spring craft kids can make is so much fun, and it's a great way to learn about environmentally friendly behavior. Plant crafts are fun because you get to watch something that you planted grow and bloom. Place your green guy outside in the garden or keep him indoors with you.


Paper Bag Nests

Paper Bag Nests For spring crafts that are easy and add to your spring decorations, try these Paper Bag Nests. You can help kids make this easy paper craft out of a paper bag. This is also an excellent opportunity to explore recycled crafts for kids. Show your children that instead of throwing old bags away, you can put them to use with this spring craft. After completing this paper bag nest, it's up to you and yours to decorate it creatively.


So Yarn Cute Napkin Rings

So Yarn Cute Napkin Rings Who knew recycled craft projects could be so yarn cute? Use your leftover yarn scraps to make So Yarn Cute Napkin Rings for your next special occasion. These napkin rings can be made to match any party decor, and you'll have so much fun making them. This project is great for tweens and teens as it uses a hot glue gun. Use your fashion sense to make the most adorable napkin rings for when your friends come over or for your sweet 16!


Recycled Button Tree

Recycled Button Tree The summertime is so much fun because of all the outdoor activities in which you can participate. Nothing is better than a campfire, though, even if it is just in your backyard. Let your dolls experience the joy of a campfire by making them a Recycled Button Tree along with a mini campfire. This is one of the wonderful free crafts for kids made from recycled materials, so you don't have to worry about spending your allowance to make your dolls happy. If you're not into dolls, make this toilet paper roll craft as a decoration in your own home. Button craft ideas are always adorable, so throw this cute craft anywhere and bring in the sunshine.


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