All New Crafts for Earth Day by Kathy Ross

By Kathy Ross

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Cut a triangle from the orange felt scrap for the back. Glue the beak to the point of the tie. Glue the two wiggle eyes on the tie behind the beak. Glue two craft feathers sticking out on each side of the top of the bird for wings. Glue additional feathers on the back of the bird for the tail. Another idea! Make a pretty napkin ring by gluing together the two ends of a 5-inch (13-cm) piece cut from the small end of a necktie. 33 Pop that cork right into your craft box! Cork Penholder Here is what you need: scissors cork printed paper from a magazine, card, or wrapping paper 3- to 4-inch (8- to 10-cm) lid rubber bands white craft glue Here is what you do: pen Use the scissors to cut one end of the cork at a slight angle.

Another idea! Putting a rubber band around a jar lid creates a grip that will make the lid easier to open. 43 Twist-off caps from soda and water bottles are a must for your craft box! Peepers Pal Here is what you need: 6-inch (15-cm) black pipe cleaner clear plastic soda or water bottle two identical twist-off soda or water-bottle caps white craft glue scissors two small black buttons Here is what you do: Cut two circles from the plastic bottle slightly bigger around than the caps. 5-cm) slits around both circles.

Secure the ring by wrapping the ends of the twist tie around each other. Glue the turtle to the twist tie. You could also use this turtle as a pin or magnet. Another idea! Draw a picture of a tree and glue puzzle pieces on the branches for leaves. Choose orange, red, and brown pieces for a fall tree and dark green pieces for a summer tree. Use light green pieces and maybe some pieces with small flowers to make a spring tree. 47 About the Author and Artist Thirty years as a teacher and director of nursery school programs have given Kathy Ross extensive experience in guiding young children through craft projects.

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