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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
Mod Placemat Purse
Functional Photo by: flohmarkterin
Coppell, TX
Recycled groovy 60's purse from an old jelly belt and a placemat. Pick you look with the many styles of placemats and belts and embellish with coordinating ribbon to express your look.
Stuffed Animal Treasure Jars
Functional Photo by: Lolobrown77
Acton, MA,
Are you wondering what to do with all those stuffed animals that fill your house? Try using them as treasure jars! These jars have a multitude of fun uses. Fill them with mom's favorite candy for... more
Snowman and Penguin Gift Jars
Functional Photo by: artsymom7
DeSoto, KS
Cute way to reuse a baby food jar. Easy craft for the whole family. My kids were 5 and 7 when they helped make these.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycling Robot
Functional Photo by: laurenfayemommy
London, KY
My craft is a robot made from recycled boxes, sticks, hoses, juice bottles, and one of my favorite bracelets I accidently broke! My robot is going to help me remember to recycle daily as he is a... more
Bottle-Holder StarShips
Functional Photo by: mojuguca
Madison, WI
StarShips, Walkers, and LandCruisers modeled after a child's favorite science fiction! Each craft is easy to construct and paint, and is built with a functional purpose: storage of action figures.... more
Princess Jewelry Box
Functional Photo by: CCarlander_4
Monument, CO
This jewelry box will delight the little princess in your life while keeping all her treasured jewels organized!
Princess Jewelry Box
Functional Photo by: CCarlander_4
Monument, CO
This jewelry box will delight the little princess in your life while keeping all her treasured jewels organized!
Magnetic paper clip flowers
Functional Photo by: 3LuckyDucks
Warroad, MN
These cute paper clip flowers are magnetic, so you can stick them to your fridge or your chalkboard. You can also stick notes or pictures in the paper clips.
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