10 RECYCLED CRAFTS
Here is a round up of 10 fun kids craft projects that you can make at home from household recycling like cardboard boxes, toilet rolls, egg cartons and bottle tops.
Make these fun necklaces using cardboard, bottle tops and beads. See the full tutorial HERE.
DIY BUILDING SHAPES
Make these cool building shapes just using recycled cardboard. See the full tutorial HERE.
TOILET ROLL MONSTERS
Make these fun animals and monsters using toilet rolls and a few simple craft materials. See the full tutorial HERE.
CARDBOARD BOX TV
More fun that Netflix, make your own cardboard box TV and act out your favourite stories. See the full tutorial HERE.
EGG CARTON HEADS
Make these fun egg carton heads just using egg cartons and glue. See the full tutorial HERE.
EGG CARTON FIRE TRUCK
Have fun making your own toys using egg cartons. We made a fire truck but you could try lots of other vehicles like buses, cars or diggers. See the full tutorial HERE.
We made these fun up-cycled squid for a guest blog post on The Craft Train kids craft blog. See the full tutorial HERE.
Make these fun collage monsters using cardboard from your recycling bin or you could try making robots, animals or people. See the full tutorial HERE.
CARDBOARD BOX DOLLS HOUSE
Make a new house for your dolls, animals or soft toys just using cardboard boxes and a few simple craft supplies. See the full tutorial HERE.
Make your own fun snake marionette using cardboard and milk bottle tops. See the full tutorial HERE.
OUR NEW CRAFT BOOK
If you are looking for more creative inspiration to make at home with your kids, you might like UNBOXED; our new kids craft book all about the creative adventures you can have with cardboard boxes!
SHARE YOUR CRAFTY FUN WITH US!
We want to SHARE in your fun, share your crafty creations inspired by MINI MAD THINGS craft projects on INSTAGRAM by tagging your posts @minimadthings and using the hashtag #MYMINIMADCRAFT
Come and join our MINI MAD CRAFT Facebook group and share your creations with our creative community. Sometimes on social media there is a pressure to present the picture perfect image of family life, here in our group we are not perfect. Share your ideas, successes, failures, and the mess left behind!