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Earth Day Blog Carnival

Happy Earth Day!



Today we bring you a fabulous list of projects that are made from recycled materials, products of upcycling, or made to celebrate this planet we call Earth. Please click on these links and visit our readers in celebration of Earth Day!

This Earth Day Carnival is proudly sponsored by Lawn Fawn! Visit Lawn Fawn for fun, cute and whimsical high quality photopolymer clear stamps.


And please, if you are listed below, don’t forget to share this link on YOUR blog and with your friends to complete the circle of crafty love.  Thanks to all who participated and shared your wonderful ideas!


Vickie’s plant pot projects from recycled containers is a win-win


Michele upcycled a peanut can into a cute mini album


With summer right around the corner, Stephanie’s edible fireworks are genius


There are plenty of green scrapbooking ideas on Kandi’s blog


Alyice upcycled a canvas into a wonderful piece of art


This great dyed and braided necklace from Edie includes a complete tutorial


Jane has a great list of green projects from Etsy to feast your eyes on


These crocheted cozies from Paula are a sweet recycle craft


Ann has raided her jewelry box and created some fabulous new pieces


There are plenty of projects on Rebecca’s blog with a wide assortment of materials


Jenny loves using recycled materials on her crafting projects


Sock Puppets make a great earth friendly kids craft


Michelle has great recycled projects on her blog including making a cool notebook


Why not turn your old sweaters into mittens like Nikki does?


The birds of a feather have a great list of projects, I especially love the magazine garland


Sarah has a bottle cap barrette tutorial and many more on her blog


This great project from Darla will not only recycle but also help you organize.


Cyndi has a great tutorial for bottle cap pins on her blog


Don’t throw away those old CDs and cereal boxes! Lois will show you how to use them creatively


Eileen keeps her soda cans cool with this craft that uses old socks


When you are at the beach this summer, you’ll need these mesh bags from Della for all your shells


Katherine features some great sewing projects to eliminate those sandwich baggies


Upcycle your containers to hold your candy stash just like Cassie did on her blog


Love Barb’s ideas of reusing papers from old programs


Crafts Unleashed has plenty of recycled crafts including soda can brooches


Why not dye and knit your own hot pads like Vickie


Suze has some great ways to reduce, reuse and recyle on her blog


Cara is recycling her Dove soap boxes into cute little treat boxes


Why not Scrap it Forward and reuse items around the house


On Sue’s blog, she has a template for using your cereal box to create a gift box


Turn your old records into works of art like Lysa


Kareena will show you how to turn paper towel rolls into flowers for your projects



Laura has a video to show you just how she makes her reusable coffee cup sleeves


We hope we have inspired you to make something earth friendly.  Have a great earth friendly craft or green idea you would like to share?  


This Earth Day Carnival is proudly sponsored by Lawn Fawn! Visit Lawn Fawn for fun, cute and whimsical high quality photopolymer clear stamps.

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15 Responses to Earth Day Blog Carnival

  1. Steven James April 22, 2010 at 9:09 am #

    Happy Earth Day and thanks for the Earth Day goodness here.

  2. Jingle April 22, 2010 at 10:28 am #

    So many great things to check out! I posted a fun headband made with thrifted fabrics! http://justjingle.blogspot.com/2010/04/so-what-can-you-make-with-what-you-find.html

  3. Cassie April 22, 2010 at 12:39 pm #

    Thanks!!
    Off to hop!!

  4. construction_julie April 22, 2010 at 1:07 pm #

    Great ideas here!

  5. Tiff April 22, 2010 at 1:15 pm #

    I can’t wait to sit down and read about all these wonderful projects! Bookmarking NOW :)

  6. Katie K April 22, 2010 at 1:38 pm #

    I’m so excited to use up all the cereal boxes and plastic containers I’ve been hoarding. Thanks for your great ideas everyone!

  7. Shaz Wall April 22, 2010 at 3:23 pm #

    Have a beautiful Earth Day!

  8. Robyn L. Coburn April 22, 2010 at 3:33 pm #

    Here’s my post about using recycled paper, food boxes and security envelopes to create gift and favor boxes.
    http://iggyjingles.blogspot.com/2010/04/earth-day-crafting-with-cricut.html

  9. Della April 22, 2010 at 4:45 pm #

    So many wonderful projects! I don’t know which to do first! What a great Earth Day blog carnival :)

  10. Cara April 22, 2010 at 5:15 pm #

    Wowza, some great reuse of products here! TFS!!

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  12. Printing Quotes | UPrinting Coupons April 23, 2010 at 1:09 am #

    Happy Earth Day! :) These are great projects. I really liked the old CDs and cereal boxes. Really cool!

  13. Edie's Fashion Factory April 23, 2010 at 11:14 am #

    Thanks for including me in a great line-up of eco-projects! I gave a mention today on blog to spread the ♡!

  14. Lysa April 24, 2010 at 5:45 am #

    Thanks for including me in the carnival. All the posts are filled with inspiration. I have already asked my family to save capri sun juice containers to try my hand at a little purse or box made from them. I learn so much from everyone here. Thanks for all the great info and inspiration!
    Lysa

  15. Runka - Eco Friendly Products November 18, 2010 at 7:52 pm #

    I like your way and ideas to save the earth. We all should have to use Friendly Earth Products. I am feeling pleasd to to write to you.

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