Our Keurig is a beloved appliance in our kitchen, and it is one that is used daily! If you have a Keurig machine, I’m sure you’ve acquired quite a few of those plastic Keurig cups! But did you know that you can reuse those plastic cups? Entertain your kids with these awesome Keurig cup crafts!
Old Keurig cups make wonderful peacocks “cups” perfect for snacks. Use brightly colored feathers and googly eyes to complete the look. I’ve found that glue sticks work wonders to secure their faces!
Ladybugs are a staple of Summer, and I’m sure that K-Cups are a staple of your pantry! Your kiddos will love these crafts, and you’ll love how easy the supervision is!
The only thing better than repurposing one Keurig cup would be repurposing four! head over to Playdough and Popsicles for more information on recreating this for yourself!
My kids have been invited to SO many Trolls themed birthday parties over the last few months. If you’re throwing one for your kids, have the party guests each make one of these!
No one will be angry when it’s time to make these fun crafts! Angry Birds are perfect for kids of all ages!
This is another completely adorable idea from the bloggers over at Craft Cook Create. What a fun afternoon project!
Isn’t it a bummer when your bouquet of freshly cut flowers finally dies? If you are jonesing for a bright bouquet, make one for yourself instead! These paper flowers will NEVER die!
Apple K Cup Craft from Grow, Reuse Joy
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, what does a craft project do?
“Let go” of any hesitations you may have had about crafting with Keurig cups, these frozen inspired craft projects are fun for everyone!
Keurig cups make excellent cups for tiny party favors or snacks! In this case, pipe cleaners were used to create “handles” to carry around the mini baskets by. Fill them with Cadbury Eggs or other Easter goodies!