Do you know the three R's,
not reading 'riting and 'rithmetic; Reduce Reuse and Recycle.
Reduce: cutting down on waste and using products made to last
rather than disposable or throw away. Reuse: even if you can't
use something again, someone else might. Recycle: collect like-materials
and change them into something new. The next group of projects
use recycled materials like paper, milk cartons, and spools as
we "Rehash the trash".
110-1 Paper Making:
The ultimate recycling project is making new paper from junk
mail. This project uses kleenex and glue plus a little of "yesterdays
Cut apart and paste together to make new stationary for letter
writing. Decorative scissors, markers and glue are all you need
except, of course, "used" paper.
Milk Carton Birdhouse:
Create and easy to make home for your feathered friends, all
from recycled materials. Even real birds use "recycled"
things to make their nest.
A used Renuzit container is the base for a fun clown. See how
easy it is to take containers once used for something totally
different and make great crafts.
110-5 Molded Paper: Paper making is so much fun, this
is a second project using the same technique but this time you'll
make a 3d molded design. Add brown paper bags and you've got
a great book cover.
110-6 Hands On Project: Recycling offers a lot of different
ways to use crafts to help others. We'll get you started with
a few ideas.
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