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From Caps to Curtain
Functional Photo by: Lilliebridge
Lake in the Hills, IL
Your kids will flip their lids over this whimsical doorway curtain made from yogurt lids and milk caps.
Recycled record bowl
Functional Photo by: Fancypantscuffs
Make the mandala inspired bowl from a recycled LP record
Learning Book
Functional Photo by: silvermoon1234567
This is something my mom told me I should do with my two daughters. One has just learned the alphabet and the other is starting to understand that letters exist. Using recyclable brown paper bags... more
Pop Bottle Purse
Functional Photo by: ConnieGardiner
Howell, MI
Recycle any type of plastic bottle or container and make a purse. A small water bottle would be a nice little size to carry a cell phone or ipod.
Snappy Little Treasure Box
Functional Photo by: ballison29
Madisonville, KY,
A cute little treasure box with handle. It holds a little girl or boy's most valuable possessions.
Space Travel
Functional Photo by: Dalmation41
San Carlos, AZ
My students had to create either a spaceship or rocket from recycled materials with or without the help of their family.

I did not give them any directions, except their finished project... more
Ms. Campbell
Functional Photo by: Dalmation41
San Carlos, AZ
1st project: Model Spaceship or rocket: Students had to work with their parents or family members and create a spaceship or rocket out of recycled materials.

2nd project was to create a... more
Jewel Box Shelf
Functional Photo by: jenellescott
Spokane, WA
Decorative shelf for craft supplies or treasures, made out of empty CD cases.
Cat Hut N' Playhouse
Functional Photo by: cowanfamily09
Millington, TN
My daughter (Sabrina, 12) came up with this recycled craft all on her own:

As a cat lover, last winter I was worried that my cats would get cold on freezing nights. You have heard of a dog... more
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