Put a patriotic spin on the very-popular Water Blob! Kids of all ages will love the backyard splashy fun.
Make your very own kaleidoscope using a recycled cardboard tube, construction paper, see through beads and a few other materials.
This is a method of painting a simple landscape, in reverse, onto clear plastic. Once complete, the image is viewed […]
Here’s a fun way to make a self-watering vase from a used plastic, sports-top water bottle. A great way to […]
Turn plastic soda pop bottles and glitter glue into glistening crowns. Design your own crown or follow the template. Your […]
Upcycle your leftover plastic eggs into a cool alphabet matching game! Challenge your preschooler to match upper case and lower […]
Kids love to paint, and there are so many things that end up in the trash, including plastic margarine tubs. […]
Made from a gum ball dome, this cute pumpkin themed trick or treat basket is just the right size for […]
A perfect hideaway for all fairy friends! Use a plastic bottle, a twig and some tissue paper to make this […]
Plan a fun day for the kids to wash their bikes and gussy them up for a Memorial Day parade […]
Do you have a blooming musician in your home? Make a melodic guitar out of a plastic juice bottle and […]
Here’s a fun recycling project that turns food containers in musical instruments by covering the containers with colorful wrapping paper […]
A fun way to recycle plastic bottles – turn them into fish! Fun craft for fish-themed birthday parties or for […]
Using packing plastic and rubber stamps, create these pretty package clips. Use the clips to decorate bags of treats for […]
Save those plastic bread clips and make them into adorable little snowman faces! Perfect for closing those little gift bags […]
These fun flowers are a perfect way to Reclaim your grocery bags. Add a pin to the back and you […]
These little gobblers are proudly displaying what they are thankful for!
Make fun glasses from card stock and lots of decorative items.
This is a totally creative and fun project made from a plastic bottle and a plastic grocery bag! Video included.
Use plastic milk jugs and paint to make these adorable little ladybugs!