Because nobody wants their yarn all over the room,or tangled in your dog’s curly hair.
The paper ivory hunters have gotten to this one, we must save the elephants!
How eco-friendly is this DIY?! Not to mention they’re super cute.
Sail! I love that song and this summery idea.
Nothing says “To: Dad” quite like the label of an old box of cocoa puffs.
Cardboard + soil = one decomposable box. Start your seeds indoors in these, and then plant them outside when the temperature is warmer!
Why buy a basket that they’ll use once a year when you can make your own instead?! How neat! It’s even better because it’s made from recycled materials.
Designs vary from eccentric to plain, either way these cup and teapot coasters will do the job.
A way to cross the fine line between vintage and minimalistic design. A very rare combination!
Pools are great for holding water, and paper was made to… hold paper!
Give that boring 180 page notebook a new set of life with some fun bright accents. These make a great gift! Customize them for each of your friends or neighbors.
Who couldn’t use a little craft room organization?!
Cereal boxes are sturdy enough to be made in to a gift bags, and light enough to carry with ease.
A classic tribal design that is unique no matter how you go about it.
Especially if you can make one in this color, you’ll be very “eco-fashionable.” That was definitely a word I made up!
These can be made into all shapes and sizes, colors and fabrics.Personalized picture frames are a great way to add color and pattern to boring spaces.
Similar to those white necklaces popular in the 90’s, this groovy accent will leave you with both a smile and a fashionable accessory.
I thought puzzles were already made from reused cereal boxes?! My life has been a lie!
One does not simple carry cupcakes with a plate, that would be too dangerous. Ensure that your baked goods make it through transportation with a DIY cupcake container.