It's easy being green—and fun, too—when you reuse your household items to make creative new recyclable crafts!
Stuff your stuff in a cardboard desk with plenty of nooks and crannies
These pint-sized penguins, made with a bit of foam and little more, are sure to waddle right into your child's heart.
Transform recyclables into model towns of dreamed-up dwellings
Box your bills in this mint-tin locket, topped with a toy critter -- another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Make a town out of magazine boxes to liven up the lives of your toys. You can even name the town whatever you want to call it and be its mayor!
Create the impression of having an actual hot dog vendor at a carnival by simply flipping a filling box over and decorating it.
Make a Tin Can Totem Pole for your backyard camp by painting your family portraits on coffee cans with this craft from Spoonful.com.
Now fans can have their very own bobblehead dolls, just like the players do -- no NFL contract required.
Make colorful Easter eggs with lightbulb sleeves; another great Easter craft from Spoonful.com.
String up a line of luminous May blooms with these Spring Bulbs.
Froot Loops flip-flops, Cheerios slippers, Kix sandals. Really now, who can resist this footwear of champions? Have your child cut or rip open an empty cereal box, stand on it, and draw around each shoe.
It is to make a safety pin look so elegant