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Festive Fun: Recycled Arts and Crafts Guide:

As school holidays arrive and we get into the festive season, here are some recycled arts and crafts ideas to keep the kids busy!
By Motherpedia
Date: December 10 2012
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Christmas is a time of joy and festivities, but it is also the season when households generate extra waste.

Planet Ark has put together a fantastic Recycled Arts and Crafts Guide jam-packed full of fun and creative ideas to keep the kids busy, while also making the festive season a little greener.

From Egg Carton Bells to Sock Snow man, the projects in the guide uses those items commonly found at home and usually destined for the recycling or waste bin like old newspapers, cereal boxes, milk cartons, light bulbs or stray buttons.

Most of the projects in the Festive Recycled Arts and Crafts Guide are suitable for young children.

To download Planet Ark’s Recycled Arts and Crafts, click here.

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