Recycle post-Easter egg cartons by creating a spring seedling garden with kids.
Populate an entire insectopia with cardboard bugs.
This Columbus Day, make your vary own mini versions of the Nina, Pinta, and the Santa Maria! This fun recycle project is easy to put together and great for a classroom activity.
Make fun egg cup treat holders to store yummy Halloween candy. Kids can choose their own color combinations for a festive and ghoulish decoration.
This cute little egg carton buggy mobile is a time consuming project, but the results are well worth the time invested! You can shorten the time of this craft by making it a group project.
Made in Hamm's likeness out of a plastic jar, this portly piglet can be banked on to help your child save his pennies.
This simple sorting game keeps little ones busy and helps them practice their fine motor skills.
Celebrate the season of Kwanzaa with this fun and easy to make kinara. The colors of the candles represent the people (black), their struggles (red), and the future (green).
Let your imagination run wild when making these cute little egg cup insects. Kids can use whatever colors they like to create their own fun designs!
Made from an egg carton, these curly butterflies are especially charming swaying above an Easter basket or a house plant.
These egg cup tulip flowers are a classic spring craft with a slight twist. By adding contrasting colored tissue paper, you'll find these are pretty enough to display in a vase!
This Valentine's Day craft is super easy; all you need is an old egg carton and a few other materials to make a fun handmade gift.
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Ugly-duckling cartons blossom into graceful swan cups for a simple but beautiful Easter egg display.
Here's how we fashioned trash-bin finds into a dream house — and how you can make and decorate a charming mini manse of your own.
Kids will have a blast building their own castle out of household products.
Just like the original, this tissue tube candelabrum is a natural at lighting up a room. Tap one of his arms and he'll even bob in true animated fashion.
To help kids get the most out of communing with nature, Lizette Castano at the Children's Nature Institute suggests packing a canvas bag with a few of simple item, such as this colorful egg carton for collecting souvenirs.
Take an egg carton for a spin this Hanukkah (December 20 to 28, 2011) with a dreidel made from kitchen castoffs.
Craft the time-honored symbol of new life — the egg — with your very own Easter egg wreath, and you've got the perfect way to welcome spring into your home.
How to Make an Egg Carton Garden
Egg Carton Critters
Egg Cup Ships
Egg Cup Treat Holders
Egg Carton Buggy Mobile
Handy Hamm Piggy Bank
Egg Carton Sorting for Preschoolers
Egg Carton Kinara
Egg Cup Insects
Egg Cup Tulips
Mankala Counting Game
Fancy Feathered Friends
House & Carton: Dollhouse
The Great Cardboard Castle
Tissue Tube Candelabrum
A Trail Tote
An Egg-citing Dreidel
Easter Egg Wreath
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