Wednesday, June 11, 2014

12 Recycled Crafts that Kids Can Make!

I'm so thrilled to be hosting Morena today to share great recycled crafts that kids can make. Morena works with me over at Dollar Store Crafts but she also has her own website, Morena's Corner. Her stuff is always innovative and I love the projects she makes! Be sure to check her out.
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Is anyone else dreading looking forward to summer vacation with the kids?  I love having all 4 of my kids at home, but I have to keep them occupied or things get "interesting".  Crafting is a fun way to spend time together as a family, so we do a lot of these kinds of activities.

Since it's just not practical to run to the craft store for specific supplies, I've rounded up twelve tutorials that use items you likely already have at home.  So grab your paint, glue, and scissors, rummage through the recycling bin, and get started crafting with your kids this summer!

About the Author: 
Morena is the kind of girl who'd rather have paint under her nails than get a manicure.  She shares tutorials for thrifty, up cycled, and designer inspired projects on her blog, Morena's Corner.

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