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5 Ways to Reduce, Reuse, Craftcycle for Earth Day

Earth day is right around the corner and it’s time to “CRAFTCYCLE”! We want to help our planet by reducing the amount of supplies we use, reuse items we have around the house, to create a fabulous craftcycle project – turning something used into a fabulous new crafty item! Use your creative powers for good as you make something awesome this Earth day!

Reduce Reuse Craftcycle for Earth Day @makeandtakes

We’re sharing ways where you can take what you already have the in house and make something new, give it a little craftcycle boost for a fresh look! Whether you’re crafting with kids or making a fun DIY home decor piece, get craftcyling!

5 Ways to Craftcycle for Earth Day

1. How to Reupholster a Chair {the easy way}: Have you ever wondered how to reupholster a chair? Let me show you how… the easy way!

How to Reupholster a Chair

2. Washi Tape Pencil Holders: Washi tape is such a great way to cover up recycled items, whether it’s cereal box cardboard for backpack tags or this craft for washi tape pencil holders!

Washi Tape Pencil Holders

3. Get Coloring With Recycled Chunky Crayons: I know you have some crayons that are short, stubby, paper gone or in shreds. Perfect crayons don’t last long for coloring. I have a solution for all of those left over and unwanted stubby crayons.

Get Coloring With Recycled Chunky Crayons

4. 15 DIY Wine Cork Crafts: If you have a few wine corks lying around, these DIY Wine Cork Crafts are for you! There’s just something about wine corks that makes them perfect for crafting. Go ahead, grab that bottle of corks you’ve been saving and get crafting!

15 DIY Wine Cork Crafts

5. Upcycled Glow Stick Bracelets: Glow sticks are not recyclable because of the chemical used in the glowing liquid and this eco-conscious crafter feels pangs of guilt as I toss them into the garbage, until now! I finally found a way to upcycle them into something beautiful.

Upcycled Glow Stick Bracelets

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Have fun this Earthy Day, and everyday, by reducing, reusing, and craftcycling!

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