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What to Do With CDs: 18 Recycled Crafts from Household Items

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What to Do With CDs: 18 Recycled Crafts from Household ItemsYour little ones probably don't even know what a CD is, but if they hunt around your house, I'm sure they'll find some of your ancient treasures. CD stands for compact disc, and, believe it or not, before iPods and the like, that's how people listened to music. Now that CDs have no purpose, your little ones might as well put them to good use. Your kids can follow this guide to find out what to do with CDs rather than just pitching them in the garbage. CDs are a perfect circle, and so they are the ideal base to many craft projects. Turn that circle into a ladybug's body, a monster's face, or the surface of a gorgeous mandala. When your kids make crafts from household items, the cost of crafting is reduced greatly, leaving you more allowance for other awesome treats.

Your kids can play games, escape on a camping trip, and scare off trick-or-treaters all with the same simple item: a compact disc. We even have craft ideas for what to do with CDs' cases because there are bound to be tons of those lying around as well. Sure, you could go to the store and buy toys for kids and cute decor for their room, but nothing tops homemade toys for kids and handmade decorative crafts that they made themselves.

Stop wondering what to do with CDs, and let your kids start making crafts from household items. You'll find that the clutter in your house will magically be reduced when they use those otherwise useless items to make something great. Save money, clean up your house, and have your kids decorate their room with awesome crafts for kids.

What to Do With CDs: 18 Recycled Crafts from Household Items

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Homemade Toys for Kids

Decorative Crafts for Kids


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Recycled CD projects are just the beginning of what your little ones can do with recycled crafts. Grab your free copy of Cheap and Easy Crafts for Kids: 9 Recycled Crafts eBook and show your kids all the fun that they can have with materials that they never thought they could use for crafting.

 

 

 


Homemade Toys for Kids

CD Space CraftGlowing Campfire Craft

Your little ones can have some fun with your old treasures when they transform them into homemade toys for kids. They can meet aliens, make s'mores, and spin until they drop with these clever crafts from household items. When the fun level is rising and the cost is falling, you can only expect the best results.


Decorative Crafts for Kids

Spectacular CD WeavingFunky CD Turtle

Decorating your kids' room with crafts for kids is way more fun than hanging paintings they don't even like. They can embark on a crafting journey and they'll figure out along the way what to do. With CDs they can make absolutely anything that they can imagine, so let them ignore the rules, and just create. They'll find that their amazing decorative crafts for kids get lots of admiring comments from visitors.


Crafts that can be made from household items are always best because your little ones can turn old materials into something unexpectedly fun! 35 Kids Activities and Easy Kids Crafts from Household Items has a ton more craft ideas that your kids will love.

 

 


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I also have cds to listen to and cassettes and 8-tracks , etc. But I have a ton of cds from old computer programs that are of no use anymore, so I welcome all the ideas I can get to use them in other ways!

Surely you are kidding with this article--CDs have no purpose??? No one listens to music on CD any longer? Apparently not in your household, but mine is full of CDs as is the CD changer in my truck. I even have a whole rack of cassettes, as well as VHS movies (and VCR). I still even have an 8-track player in my old stereo, just no 8-tracks any longer, as well as 33 vinyl records and a turntable to play them on. Please save us the big deal about all your electronic gadgetry overtaking the music industry. Music has to be recorded somewhere. The projects you create using unusable CDs hopefully look better than the three displayed above. Try hanging them out in the garden to deter the birds and deer from eating your produce if you must use them for something. And they can be recycled if you are so inclined.

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