Fun and Easy Crafting with Recycled Materials: 60 Cool Projects that Reimagine Paper Rolls, Egg Cartons, Jars and More!

March 2, 2020 - Comment

***INCLUDES 12 CUT-OUT TEMPLATES!*** Exciting, Eco-Conscious Crafts with Stuff You Already Have Transform paper rolls, egg cartons, newspaper and cardboard into colorful decorations, amazing wearable masks, hats and jewelry or even sturdy desk organizers, puzzles and paint palettes. Get ready to unleash your imagination with 60 unique crafts―with something for all ages―including: Homemade Kaleidoscope Build

***INCLUDES 12 CUT-OUT TEMPLATES!***

Exciting, Eco-Conscious Crafts with Stuff You Already Have
Transform paper rolls, egg cartons, newspaper and cardboard into colorful decorations, amazing wearable masks, hats and jewelry or even sturdy desk organizers, puzzles and paint palettes. Get ready to unleash your imagination with 60 unique crafts―with something for all ages―including:

Homemade Kaleidoscope
Build Your Own Marble Maze
Cool Superhero Mask
Dinosaur Terrarium
Indoor Mini-Garden
Awesome Cardboard Castle

Kimberly McLeod, creator of The Best Ideas for Kids®, provides a varied selection of budget-friendly, eco-conscious projects that are great for imaginary play, bedroom decorations, gift giving and more! You’ll be so proud of the projects you’ve created and customized with your own hands―and they are as fun to make as they are to play with!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Simple, beautiful crafts and activities to engage your kids! I received an advanced copy of this book and my boys and I have had so much fun looking through the book and trying activities like the paper roll stacking challenge and making superhero masks. Up next for us, we are going to try making a cardboard castle!I love that the activities aren’t too complicated and can be done with materials I already have at home. Having all boys, I also love that the activities are gender neutral and good for both girls and boys. I’m also giving a copy…

Anonymous says:

Great for little kids! I gave this book to my daughter as she is a pre-school aide and has a 4-year old. Her school kids and my granddaughter are having such a good time doing the projects they make in pre-school (and at home on rainy days). They projects are so creative and so cute! We make good use of otherwise discarded toilet tissue rolls, egg cartons, newspapers, fabric scraps, etc. I’m so happy I ordered this book. Sometimes my granddaughter gives me one of the projects as a present!

Anonymous says:

A must-have book for crafty kids! My 9-year daughter loves collecting recyclable materials and turning them into crafts so I bought her this book to help give her some fresh ideas. The book is amazing! My daughter already has over a dozen projects marked in the book to make after her first time looking through it.I love how we already have most of the materials on hand to make most of the projects in the book and how the instructions and pictures are detailed enough that my daughter can easily create the crafts…

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