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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.
Recycled pine needle sachets
Functional Photo by: alisonzajac
Trumbull, CT
If you have a old holiday wreath hanging around in your yard after having been taken off your door in January, recycle it! Make lovely scented sachets with some scrap cloth rounds and re-used... more
Unique Cookie Press Disk
Functional Photo by: alisonzajac
Trumbull, CT,
I used the lid of a used Mandarin Oranges container to make a disk for my cookie press. I needed a footprint shape, and couldn't find one anywhere. I noticed that the lids in the recycling bin... more
Froggies
Functional Photo by: alysco2003
Saint Louis,, MO
I am a home-school mom and we have only one income, so being efficient with the supplies IN our home is essential! One of our lessons was about creation and the animals on earth. We were... more
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Bottle Top Garbage Can
Functional Photo by: anutamy
Brooklyn, NY
375 bottle tops from soda bottles glued together in 11 inch circles, stacked, one on top of another, 10+ inches tall. Bottom created from bottle tops too. To keep next to my computer, where I open... 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.
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.
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!
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