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62 Ways to Make Something New Out of Something Old

Get creative with these ideas for crafts made of recycled materials.<p>Get creative with these ideas for crafts made of recycled materials.<p>1 Of 64<p>Pin …

DIY Window Clings

Decorate your windows and mirrors with this super easy diy window clings. Includes printable template.<p>513<p>1471

How to Build a Rocket Stove - DIY

In less than two minutes, you can learn how to build a rocket stove using only cement blocks. Just watch this brief video, "The 6-Block Rocket …

Editors’ Picks: November 2013

For November, we featured almost 200 new crafts and recipes, but not just for Thanksgiving! There were plenty of other projects too. FFC’s assistant …

Kissing Couples Made with Clothespin • Recyclart

Cute little kissing couples made with reused clothes pin by Jessie Jane from Lillyshop. They can be used as cupcake …

How to make a recycled wine bottle hummingbird feeder

When I first saw the title of this project I thought “wine to birds?” and then I realized that I was reading it wrong. But I like to drink the wine …

Soap Making – Loofah Soap

These soaps look great sliced up from blocks. Use a tube or carton for a log mold. You can also drop loofah pieces into a square mold for a Loofah …

Beaded Cuff Bracelet

This tutorial shows you how to make a 7-layer beaded cuff bracelet out of 4 strands of golden chains and 3 rows of cornflower-blue glass pearl beads. …

Make Your Own Sparklers

Make your own sparklers by following the easy and hilarious instructions by Anthony and Tara in this video by Hard Science. But, you know, BE CAREFUL.

Turn Wood Crutches Into Modern Shelves • Recyclart

I purchased these crutches over a year ago for $2.00 and they have been down in my basement collecting dust. I didn’t have a plan for them when I …