I love a good recycling craft project. I get it from my mom, who always had the hall closet stuffed with empty egg cartons, paper towel rolls and used tin-foil. It gives me goosebumps to throw away a Popsicle stick. Imagine my delight when the fine editors of All You Magazine invited us to participate in their new feature, Take This, Make That, where they ask two craft bloggers to create a beautiful, yet easy & inexpensive, project using the same everyday object. Our challenge object was yogurt cups!
I made this wreath and I have to say… it’s pretty awesome. My favorite part is that you can grab a can of spray paint and give it a seasonal makeover in 5 minutes. So I bashfully ask y’all to head on over to the All You facebook page and give our wreath a vote. There’s not a prize but it will make me feel amazing. I think you have to “like” All You in order to vote but that shouldn’t be a problem if you like pretty, crafty, bargain-y things. You can also pick up a copy of the November issue of All You on shelves now. And if you have your own yogurt cup project, you can enter it and maybe win $25 from Michaels!
I bet this could be done with used and cleaned out k-cups too! I’ve got a bushel basket full if you need some, LOL!!
That is a great idea for k-cups. I might suggest something like this for preschool. Although 3 year olds and spray paint, maybe not.
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