4/30 | 20 Ways to Repurpose your Trash

Hey Everyone, Since Earth Day is right around the corner, we thought we would share with you some of our favorite earth-friendly crafts, 20 Ways to Repurpose your Trash! These would be perfect to do with your kids on Earth Day while teaching them the 3 R’s: Reduce, Reuse, and recycle! But they would also be great for you to do any day of the year because trash is FREE and there are so many fun ways to repurpose it into something you can use and enjoy!

Check Out How To Make These Soup Can Lights!

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1. Phone Book Pencil Cup @ Chica and Joe

 

2. Cereal Box Guitar @ The Franker’s Acres 

 

3. Bottle Cap Checkers @ The Laundry Mom

 

4. Juice Pouch Snack Bag @ Eco Crazy Mom

 

5. Cork Bath Mat @ Danny Seo

 

6. Plastic Bag Kite @ Coupons are Great 

 

7. Milk Jug Pencil Organizer @ Make:Craft

 

8. Soup Can Lights @ Babble 

 

9. Bottle Cap Collage @ Blu Kat Kraft 

10. Paint Chip Mobile @ Sierra 

11. Pringle Can Bangle @ Erin Shakespear

 

12. Tin Can Tea Lights @ Practically Functional 

 

13. Sea Shell and Coffe Can Vase @ Craft Ideas.info 

 

14. Decorative Recycled Glass Jars @ Dollar Store Crafts 

 

15. Toilet Paper Roll Wall Decor @ Kids Kubby

 

There you have it! Now go pull stuff out of your trash can and recycling can and give them a whole new life! If you happen to make any of this, please feel free to share over on our facebook page! If you don’t have enough time to get a little crafty right now, make sure to PIN  your favorite ideas so you don’t forget them when you do get a little craft in your day!

1 thought on “20 Ways to Repurpose your Trash”

  1. I love the idea with using paper towel & toilet paper rolls. That is sooo neat and have saved a lot of them but was unsure what to make with them. Now I know. Thanks for the ideas & can’t wait to try these ideas.

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