My very last Eco-Craft column for Kiwi Magazine is in the December 2009 Issue, on stands now. This article’s projects are colorful ornaments made using recycled greeting cards. They’re simple, beautiful and eco-friendly. That my friends, is a trifecta of holiday goodness!
It was a pleasure writing the Eco-Craft column for almost three years. Kiwi is a wonderful magazine for all of us health-conscious parents.
For all you crafty types out there, I hope you’ll continue to look for my kid-friendly projects over at my new column for PBSParents.org, Craft Apparent! Every month, you’ll find two new ideas for nurturing creativity with the wee ones in your life. See you there!
One Response to “Recycled Card Ornaments”
Photo: Harperpoint Photography
Vickie Howell is a on-air host, designer, instructor & community builder in the D.I.Y. genre. Read more here.
Subscribe via Email
Love this! I’ve been re-purposing my old cards for years now, and these are some really great ideas I hadn’t thought of! Thank you!