Organizer from Square Quart Bottles

Crafty Journal - Organizer from Square Quart Bottles

By Noreen Doll. Create a clever organizer from square quart bottles. These bottles would ordinarily be tossed into the recycle bin, but square bottles fit nicely together. So I decided to cut the tops off them and repurpose them into little storage bins that could be nested together inside a larger bin. This keeps all […]

Ghost Finger Puppet from a Milk Jug

Crafty Journal - Ghost Finger Puppet from a Milk Jug

By Noreen Doll. Create a fun ghost finger puppet from a milk jug. You can recycle while making a fun Halloween craft. And you can make several ghosts with one milk jug. Materials. Milk Jug Black Sharpie Scissors Punch Scrap Paper for pattern Alcohol to remove Sharpie marks How to Make a Ghost Finger Puppet […]

Embroidery Thread Bobbin from a Milk Jug

Crafty Journal - Embroidery Thread Bobbin from a Milk Jug

By Noreen Doll. I had a little bit of plastic left around the opening of the milk jug and I wanted to be able to use it, because I challenged myself to use as much of the jug as I could. I noticed the plastic was just the right size for embroidery thread bobbins. So […]

Milk Jug Toy Scoop

Crafty Journal - Milk Jug Toy Scoop

By Noreen Doll. Think how much fun your kids will have picking up their toys with a  milk jug toy scoop! It’s great for Legos, little cars, and other small toys. Let your kids decorate it with Sharpies. Or Mod Podge colorful paper all over it. Using a milk jug toy scoop, your kids can […]

Milk Jug Template

Crafty Journal - Milk Jug Template

By Noreen Doll. Make a milk jug template when you need to trace lots of copies. Because it’s plastic, a milk jug template will last practically forever. And it doesn’t get soft around the edges after much use, like cardboard does. It’s great for kids, too, because it won’t tear or break. Materials. Milk Jug […]

Milk Jug Flag

Crafty Journal - Milk Jug Flag

By Noreen Doll. A milk jug flag is a fun and easy Patriotic craft for kids to make. And after they’re finished, the kids can wave them in celebration. A craft table can be set up for kids, with milk jug panels for the kids to cut out, or with flags, flowers, and fans already […]

4th of July Fan from a Milk Jug

Crafty Journal - 4th of July Fan

By Noreen Doll. Make an easy 4th of July fan from a milk jug. It makes a colorful patriotic favor, and is cheap and easy to create. And it really works to help your guests stay cool. It’s a great project for kids to help with, as they can cover the fan with colorful designs. […]

Milk Jug Garland

Crafty Journal - Milk Jug Garland

By Noreen Doll. Create a fun and crafty milk jug garland. This is so durable that you can hang it outside without fear of damage. I was studying a milk jug trying to decide how best to place a pattern on it when I happened to look at the bottom and noticed that it had […]

Milk Jug Dry Erase Board

Crafty Journal - Milk Jug Dry Erase Board

By Noreen Doll. A milk jug dry erase board is really easy to make because all you have to do is cut out one side of a milk jug. Be sure to use the smoother side of the plastic, because the slightly pebbled side doesn’t work as well. The fun thing about this board is […]

Milk Jug Toss Game

Crafty Journal - Milk Jug Toss Game

By Noreen Doll. Create a simple milk jug toss game that will keep little ones happily occupied. Preschoolers can play by themselves to see how many pompoms they can throw in through the mouth. Or they can play with friends to see who can throw the most pompoms in. Older kids can use it, too.  […]

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