Fun and Easy Crafting with Recycled Materials (Paperback)

60 Cool Projects that Reimagine Paper Rolls, Egg Cartons, Jars and More!

By Kimberly McLeod

Page Street Kids, 9781624149085, 160pp.

Publication Date: December 3, 2019

List Price: 19.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

***INCLUDES 12 CUT-OUT TEMPLATES!***

Exciting, Eco-Conscious Crafts with Stuff You Already Have
Transform paper rolls, egg cartons, newspaper and cardboard into colorful decorations, amazing wearable masks, hats and jewelry or even sturdy desk organizers, puzzles and paint palettes. Get ready to unleash your imagination with 60 unique crafts—with something for all ages—including:

Homemade Kaleidoscope
Build Your Own Marble Maze
Cool Superhero Mask
Dinosaur Terrarium
Indoor Mini-Garden
Awesome Cardboard Castle

Kimberly McLeod, creator of The Best Ideas for Kids®, provides a varied selection of budget-friendly, eco-conscious projects that are great for imaginary play, bedroom decorations, gift giving and more! You’ll be so proud of the projects you’ve created and customized with your own hands—and they are as fun to make as they are to play with!



About the Author

Kimberly McLeod is the creator of the popular blog, The Best Ideas for Kids®. Her crafts have been featured by Woman’s World magazine, Country Living and Good Housekeeping. She lives just outside Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


Praise For Fun and Easy Crafting with Recycled Materials: 60 Cool Projects that Reimagine Paper Rolls, Egg Cartons, Jars and More!

“This book will provide hours of fun, and I love that it uses simple recycled materials!”
—Sarah Dees, author of Awesome Lego® Creations with Bricks You Already Have

“This book is jam-packed full of fantastic ideas for using old objects in brand new ways. It is a must-have!”
—Maggy Woodley, author of Easy Paper Projects and creator of Red Ted Art

“Kimberly is simply the BEST at creating simple, colorful crafts from materials you already have around the house! I'm always amazed at how simple the projects are to make and how beautiful the results are.”
—Andrea Scalzo Yi, author of 100 Easy STEAM Activities

“Kim has a knack for taking the simplest items and creating such beautiful crafts—but without overly complicated steps.”
—Susie Allison, creator of Busy Toddler

“Kim’s book is packed with creative, colorful and easy crafts that your kids will enjoy making. Start saving egg cartons and boxes now!”
—Melissa Lennig, author of Sticks and Stones and founder of Fireflies and Mud Pies

“Who says crafting has to be hard? Raid your kitchen cabinets, common household items and recycling bins to make these imaginative recycled crafts.”
—Agnes Hsu, creator of hello, Wonderful