Don't let Donald's glaring face scare you -- in this carnival-style game, he's pretty much a sitting duck.
Take to the high seas with a trim little sailboat fashioned from a soda bottle.
Turn a plastic water bottle into a decorative lighthouse lamp with this great craft from Spoonful.com
Recycle plastic bottles into these tropical beauties, which make great decor indoors or out.
It's hard to resist the appeal of putt-ering around the yard on a weekend afternoon. All it takes to get a quick game underway is a few plastic practice golf balls and the following easy-to-make props.
To liven up the laundry room, mount a menagerie of plastic-jug trophy heads using this fun recycling craft.
Kids will roar with delight over this fun and friendly craft.
A fun birthday party project.
Show your kids the power of air pressure in action by making your own barometer.
Whip up this new twist on the quintessential springtime mud pie
It's the fastest way to travel this side of the universe. Just give the Two-liter Transporter a quick turn, and the Trash Master or robot inside "disappears" behind a trick piece of silvery paper.
Raid your recycling bin and scare up a cast of extraterrestrial characters
A garden stake that really cuts the mustard.
Unlike harsh chemical products, these homemade cleaners are easy on little hands and lungs, household surfaces, and the environment.
This craft is a great way to reuse a juice bottle while safely learning about the insects in our world.
This homemade hourglass can help your child visualize how little time she has before the school bus comes.
Transform some plain plastic into an exotic zebra with this fun craft.
Toddlers will find these simple little shakers mesmerizing.
This charming crew came to life when a pomegranate juice bottle reminded crafter Kimberly Stoney of a certain frosty fellow.
Take a bit of the beach home with you by crafting these cool sand-filled bottles. Kids will have fun making these at the beach or cottage and they make a great summer souvenir to take home.
Here's a clever alternative to a vacation postcard; another great craft from Spoonful.
Turn an empty two liter soda bottle into this cute giggling polar bear! Choose your child's favorite colors for the hair and mittens.
This tabletop snowman and his bright-nosed canine cohort are just the pair to get everyone in the Skellington holiday spirit.
Thanks to its jumbo rear wheels made from cardboard disks and old CDs, this green machine is surprisingly speedy.
Kids can make colorful sand art bottles that are a blast from the past.
This modular, self-watering herb garden is green in all senses of the word!
With this simple technique, your little artist can put his own stamp on holiday gifts for family and friends.
If it feels like spring's taking too long to sprout, liven up a winter windowsill by making this mini greenhouse.
This air-powered rocket may be light, but it's no lightweight: it flies impressively far, fast, and high.
This pretty rainbow colored string-covered vase used to be a hot sauce bottle!
Here's a fun and creative craft that will be fun to make with your kids; another great idea from Spoonful.com.
Plastic bottles morph into colorful dolls; a great idea from Spoonful.com.
These pint-sized penguins, made with a bit of foam and little more, are sure to waddle right into your child's heart.
Dumbo loves showing off his bubble-making skills for his buddy Timothy the mouse. Kids can create their own bubble blowers from recycled bottles and then take the fun outside!
Turn Barbie into a captain with this bathtime catamaran
Young astronauts can make and wear this whimsical soda bottle Rocket Pack designed by reader Deborah Lee-Quinn of Charleston, Illinois. It will take any explorer to new heights.
Just like its store-bought cousins, this mesmerizing homemade lava lamp relies on a simple scientific fact: oil and water don't mix.
This whimsical glitter globe is a colorful toy that doubles as a science experiment.
Transform plastic bottles into sweet corncob luminarias that can light the way to your family's feast.
Using scraps of yellow paper and acrylic jewels, you can recycle an empty soda bottle into an elegant golden goblet — the perfect prop for a make-believe royal feast, inspired by the movie, Aladdin.
Slip a felt "dress" over an empty plastic bottle for a vase that will rival the beauty of any bouquet.
Have fun putting toghether this plastic elephant; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
What tadpole wouldn't love to fill this case with marbles, coins, or trinkets?
Transform used soda or water bottles and your child's lone socks into playful penguins -- and turn your lawn into an eye-catching, laugh-inducing winter display.
Spoon-feed your winged neighbors with this homemade birdseed dispenser.
Create wacky foam snakes by blowing air through this simple, homemade bubble-making device.
Take a closer look at water creatures with this handy homemade tank.
An easy-to-make spring craft
Turn a 2-liter bottle into the cutest economic recovery package you'll ever see with this adorable, easy-to-make piggy bank.
This cute spotted giraffe is a delight to create; another cute craft from Spoonful.com.
Donald Duck's Quacky Hoopla Game
Lighthouse in a Bottle
Tropical Bottle Fish
Build a Portable Golf Course
Racing Rubber Ducks
Cosmic Crafts: Two-Liter Transporter
Busy Bee Plant Poke
Juice Bottle Bug Catcher
Time in a Bottle
The A-Bottle-Able Snowmen
Message in a Bottle
Soda Bottle Polar Bear
Jack Skellington Tabletop Snowman
Plastic Bottle Herb Planters
Beautiful Bottle Prints
Spring in a Bottle
How to Build a Bottle Rocket
It's a String Thing
Dumbo's Bubble Blowers
Groovy Lava Lamp
See the Sparkle of a Glitter Globe
Antarctic Auditions: Penguin Craft
Backyard Bird Feeder
Recycled Piggy Bank
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