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7 years ago

Juice Pouch Backback:

Recycle 33 empty juice pouches into a one-of-a-kind backpack that kids will love. They're encridably easy to make and require only basic sewing skills. You could also make juice pouch lunch boxes and pencil holders to create a matching set. Click here for backpack instructions


7 years ago

Bottle Cap Charms:

Once you know how to turn a bottle cap into a charm the possibilities are endless. You can use them for jewelry, hair clips, key chains, magnets, zipper pulls, game pieces. All you need is a 1 inch diameter image, a 1 inch whole punch, some glaze and a bottle cap. You can also use epoxy stickers to give the image a bubble effect and use a mallet to flatten the sides of the cap a bit for a flower effect. Click here to watch a tutorial video. You can buy images specially made for bottle cap charms on Etsy.


7 years ago

Tie Dye Crayons:

Instead of trowing out broken crayons, start creating your own. Simply put the broken pieces in a candy mold and heat them in the oven until they melt. Use a wooden skewer to create swirl designs. Let cool until hard and you have your own customized tie dye crayons. The best part is they change color while your drawing. I made blue & green bone shaped crayons for my son's dog themed birthday party a few years ago and they turned out great.


7 years ago

Ribbon Board:

Recycle an old framed picture into a ribbon board. You can use it to post up pictures, good grades and memos or to display a hair bow collection. It's super easy, super cheap, and super cool. Click here to see how


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