How to make a Pen and Pencil Holder for Fall with Seeds and a Cardboard Tube

How to make a Pen holder decorated with seedsHere is a pen and pencil holder craft that is easy to make and great for an Autumn / Fall theme. This pencil holder is made with a recycled cardboard tube from a toilet paper roll or a paper towel roll. Use seeds and paint or markers to decorate the cardboard tube. Find the crafts instructions below. Your kids will love this one.

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How to Make a Recycled Lid Christmas Ornament

It’s the Christmas season and I’m going to get into the Christmas mood by showing you a fun Christmas craft. Today I’m going to show you how to make a recycled lid Christmas Ornament. I love this craft because this ornament is made from recycled materials. Not only will we use a recycled jar lid, but we will also use a recycled greeting card. Plus, it turns out super cute. Your kids will really enjoy making these Christmas ornaments. So, let’s get started.

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Coolest Earth Day Craft Ideas – Crafts Made from Recycled Materials

Coolest Earth Day Craft Ideas - Crafts Made from Recycled MaterialsEarth Day will be here in just a couple of weeks. In honor of Earth Day I thought I would scour the internet looking for cool ideas for Earth Day crafts. All of the crafts that I found and have listed here are made from recycled materials. Earth Day is a special day to celebrate the Earth and to increase awareness and appreciation of the Earth’s natural environment. And, I think making crafts from recycled materials such as the ones found here is a great way to teach children about recycling and the importance of doing that to help save our Earth. So, without further ado….

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How to Make a Glove Bunny for Easter

How to Make a Glove Bunny for EasterGet ready for a fun and creative craft because I have just that for you today. In this post I am going to show you how to make a Glove Bunny for Easter. That’s right…. it’s an Easter bunny made out of a Glove. This is a great craft to do to actually use that glove that you no longer have the pair for. After stuffing the glove you have a nice, cuddly Easter Bunny that would be perfect as an Easter decoration or a nice cuddly friend. The choice is yours. So, let’s get started.

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How to Make an “I Don’t Want to Stay Down” Doll

Today I’m going to show you how to make a traditional Romanian Toy. It is called a “Hopa Mitica” Doll. But, we will call it an “I Don’t Want to Stay Down” Doll because this doll will not stay down. When you try to lay it down it will pop right back up. It’s a cute, funny toy that will be a ton of fun to make…. almost as much fun as it will be playing with the Doll. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started with the crafting fun.

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Making an Alphabet Letters Memory Game from Milk Jug Caps with Printables and Instructions for Kids

Making a Memory Game from Bottle Caps with Printables and Instructions for KidsToday I will show you how to make a really cool Memory game that is great for any age child, but especially good for preschoolers and Kindergarteners who are still working on Alphabet Letters recognition. If you don’t have enough caps, you could also use coins, checkers, cardboard, or whatever else you have lying around the house.

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How to Make Rubber band Powered Toy Dump Trucks and Cars Lesson

How to Make Rubber band Powered Toy Dump Trucks and Cars LessonToday we will show you how to make a rubber band motored dump truck, cars, or other vehicles. It is much easier than you think it would be and it is a lot of fun figuring out ways to make it roll faster or just smoother. If you like a challenge, then go on and find out how to make this rubber band powered vehicle.

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How to Make Cardboard Tabletop Billiards Pool Table Craft for Kids

How to Make a Toy Pool Table with Checkers and CardboardSo what if you can’t afford a big expensive pool table to play billiards with. Today we will show you how to make a tabletop billiards game that you can make with a recycled cardboard box and some checkers (or bottle caps). If you can flick with your finger, than you will be able to play this game.

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