Turn a plain ol’ box into a pretty gift using tissue paper, ribbon and Mod Podge. Fill it with Mom’s […]
Your little chefs will love having their very own stove to cook on! Made from items from around the home, […]
Make your favorite little princess her very own castle from a cardboard box! She can personalize it with paint, glitter, […]
With a cardboard box, an old green towel and a plastic cup, you can create a homemade putting green! This […]
Make these Easter dioramas by creating tiny scenes from pictures cut from magazines or postcards and assembling them in recycled […]
Boys often get left out when it comes to making frilly Valentine’s Day decorations – not this time! We’ve recycled […]
This Tic Tac Toe game is cut from wood and tucked inside a heart shaped candy box. Clear gems bearing […]
Create pretty textured art work using only paint and golf balls! Keep the mess to a minimum by containing the […]
Kids love sending and receiving mail. How fun would it be to receive one of these colorful postcards, made completely […]
Save your cereal boxes and turn them into these pretty Valentine’s Day heart boxes. Fill them with love notes and […]
Make this adorable nativity scene to celebrate the reason for the season. A great way to share the story of […]
This fun recycling project is great for Halloween, but could also be adapted for any holiday or season!
Make a spooky haunted house from recycled materials. Here’s how….
You’re never too old to play with Legos…or to dress up like a Lego man!
A great answer to the costume dilemma when you’re in need of not just one, but two, costumes!
No tricks needed to figure out this costume, this Rubik’s cube is ready for treats!
A cool costume that’s loads of fun to wear!
Make your own television from a cardboard box!
Fall is the perfect time to be outside. The weather is cooler but still comfortable, so celebrate by making this […]
What better way to collect all those falling leaves than with a wheelbarrow? Have fun with these chores when you […]
This adorable box is perfect for preschoolers and Kindergarteners! A fun project for back to school.