Earth Day Thursday- Eco Crafts

I need some new inspiration for environmentally friendly and nature inspired crafts.

Since I needed I figured you wouldn't mind coming along for the ride!

This nature time capsule from BH & G is quick easy and totally original!

A cute birdhouse from a soda bottle. I really love how it is decorated in natural colors and blending with it's surroundings. I may have to make one to go with my other birdhouses!

This is a great kids project from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational, but I am thinking I can do the same thing with my sisal or jute and create some amazingly unique bowls!

My daughter has been studying dinosaurs at school and is currently obsessed with fossils. This idea from Plum Pudding would be such a great project for us to create our own and they would be a beautiful display in bowl (from above!)

These may be on the agenda for our first camping trip (Memorial Day if anyone is interested in joining us:). Family Fun shows us how to create personalized people out of items found on a nature walk. Although, I am kinda nervous that my daughter would use them as voodoo dolls when she gets upset with us...

I LOVE this wall hanging from Creative Jewish Mom. Just customize the colors to match your decor!

My son doesn't go anywhere without finding a stick to bring home...no seriously. Like the bank, the doctor's office, the grocery store. that kids ALWAYS finds a branch and we have quite a collection in the car under his seat. I may have to steal some of his to make this from Two Girls Being Crafty

This piece from Katie Brown is just lovely. What a wonderful way to harness the beauty of the season.

I am IN LOVE with this vase from BH & G. I simply must do this.

Esprit Cabane created a gorg bird feeder out of a used glass bottle.

Hope you all enjoyed these! I need to slow down, my brain is filling up with ideas faster than I can make things and I am on overload:)

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Comments

  1. Debra Kapellakis says:

    WOW, that is wonderful collection of ideas.

  2. Leonora says:

    I am desperate to find a way to use normal printed paper to transfer images to ceramics or glass. I can’t seem to find a solution anywhere. I’d like to make my coffee mugs look unique. Any ideas?

    • I’ve only done that onto wood. I use Citra Solv for that. Have not done anything on ceramic- sorry

      • Leonora says:

        Thank you. I will keep looking. I have seen one where nail polish remover is used to transfer onto a stone tile… maybe my best bet is to get clay mugs.

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