Continuing on with our recycled k cup jungle safari theme, today we are sharing an easy-to-make k cup elephant craft. These are cute for decoration and imaginative play. Read on for the full tutorial. See also: How to make a Handprint Elephant Collage How to Make the Recycled K Cup Elephant Craft *This post contains . . . . .
My kids and I love the silly new book by Jon Agee titled, Life On Mars. You might be familiar with the super cute and funny book, Lion Lessons, written by him. This new book, is just as fun! The ending had us laughing – even though we knew what was happening the whole time, . . . . .
Do you speak for the trees? The Lorax does! I love the message both the movie and the book give about taking care of our Earth. To celebrate Read Across America and the birthday of Dr Seuss, we made a recycled k cup Lorax craft. It also makes a fun craft for Earth Day. Recycled . . . . .
Are your kids obsessed with all things Minion? My kids get such a kick out of the way they talk. One project we made in the past inspired by these lovable characters is this Minions made from k cups recycled craft idea. These can be used as game pieces, for storytelling, as decoration and so on. . . . . .
We love recycling at home! We are always looking for ways to use recycled materials for arts and crafts. We frequently use k cups to craft with. You can find all our recycled k cup ideas here. In this post, we will show you how to transform an empty k cup into a simple, fun k cup tiger craft. . . . . .