A super easy DIY for days where we will use many plastic cups. Your guests will be thrilled by this floral centerpiece for your table. (I found it on the Facebook wall of reuse, recycle, reduce, but do not know who its author)

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Using a sharpie on plastic tumbler, and melting them. Great idea to make a mobile with. Christmas Ornaments???

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#Easter Craft for Kids - #Bunny Cup www.kidsdinge.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/kidsdingecom-Origineel-speelgoed-hebbedingen-voor-hippe-kids/160122710686387?sk=wall

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Are you looking for a fun game to play that will keep the kids busy? These Balloon Cup Shooters are awesome! And they will definitely keep the kiddos entertained for a few hours. All you need are plastic cups, balloons, duct tape and ping pong balls. I made these last week for Connor and a …

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Trace the opening of a clear plastic shot glass on card stock, then using pinking shears, cut a circle slightly larger than the traced line. Adhere a small plastic figure to the center with a glue dot. Add 1 tablespoon Epsom salts to t he plastic cup, then line the rim of the cup with tacky glue and adhere the card stock base. Once dry, glue a piece of metallic piper cleaner around the bottom. Thread string through a button, then glue the button in place.

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