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Friday, December 25, 2009

Some "GReen" Crafts from

Merry Christmas Fellow Crafter ,
I hope you are enjoying your holiday. I would like to share some ideas for how you can use green crafts to reuse and recycle materials from your celebration. Save money AND help the environment this season!
Wrapping Paper
  1. Green Gift Bow (shown)
  2. Star Paper Topiary
  3. Decoupage Picture Frame
  4. Rolled Paper Beads
  5. Paper Making
Christmas Cards
  1. Recycled Cards with Crochet (shown)
  2. Recycled Christmas Card
  3. Paper Cast Love Card
  4. Recycled Candle Wraps
  5. Easy Recycled Christmas Card
Food Packaging
  1. Oatmeal Container Yarn Holder (shown)
  2. Recycled Plastic Jewelry
  3. Smashed Soda Can Animals
  4. Bread Tag Jewelry
  5. Faux Antique Container
More Ways to Recycle
  1. Recycled Poinsettia Cards (shown)
  2. Faux Dichroic Wine Bottle
  3. Recycled Sweater Throw Pillows
  4. 8 Ways to Craft with Plastic Trash
  5. Punch Art Flower Garden
Happy Crafting,
Caley Signature Editor

P.S. Next week, look for an issue dedicated to organizational crafts for the new year. Organizing is a common resolution! In the meantime, check out the cutest Fridge Magnets ever. 

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