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  • Coffee Bag Necklace tutorial

    Cutting paper, Green crafts, Paper crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentcoffee bag necklace tutorial

      It’s true! To make your own, here’s what you’ll need: Coffee bags (I got 2 flowers out of each of my bags) 1 1/2 inch circle punch or template Felt Scrap fabric Buttons Bias tape or ribbon Glue Embroidery floss Fishing line Sewing needle Scissors Start by cleaning your coffee bags. Cut off the bottoms and cut them open along the side seam to open them up into a flat sheet, then wipe any residual coffee from the inside of the bag with a damp rag. Coffee bags come in so many different colors, which makes them perfect for making flowers! (I’ve

  • recycled cardboard box sculpture

    Green crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentrecycled cardboard box sculpture

    I had to cut the shapes because a cardboard box is much too difficult to cut for a preschooler.  I used heavy duty scissors, but you could always use an exacto blade! The heavy duty scissors were quick and easy though! I asked Cassie what shapes she would like and I cut them as she told me! After the shapes were cut out Cassie painted all the shapes! She really enjoyed this! There were lots to paint! On one day Cassie painted the first side of the shapes and the next day she

  • Recycling fruit cup

    Candle, Green crafts, Other crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentrecycling fruit cup

    Supplies Needed Washed and Dried Tin Fruit Cup Ric Rac, Ribbon or Other Similar Sewing Finishes Scrapbook Paper or Other Decorative Paper Some Ephemera for Embellishment Mod Podge and Hot Glue Gun Paint Brush Pliers Scissors Step 1: The first step is to crimp the inside edge of the fruit cup, because it’s sharp. You don’t want to cut your fingers on it, so just use a pair of pliers to crimp and flatten that sharp edge on the upper part of the inside of the tin. Step 2: Cut your decorative paper into a strip that will fit