Got Crafts? 25 Things to Do with a Milk Carton

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by Ellen Warwick
     
 
Got Crafts? 25 Things to Do with a Milk Carton

Overview

Skip the bin…and recycle those old milk cartons into MOO-velous projects! They’re strong, waterproof, and perfectly shaped to become the start to some fun and funky crafts—especially with the helpful book and art supplies inside this gift-worthy kit. You’ll really be amazed at some of the extraordinary and clever ideas here: a wallet for stashing your cash; an entertaining bowling game that also uses up those old egg cartons; a cow clock that’s an udder-ly adorable way to tell the time. Or create planters, wind catchers, pencil holders, and Galaxy Alex the Robot!
This is one great way to get kids to drink their milk—they’ll want plenty of cartons to play with!

What’s in the Kit:

· One copy of Got Crafts? 25 Fun Things You Can Make Out of a Milk Carton

· Twelve inches of clear plastic tubing

· One 4-inch long dowel

· Six pieces of 6 x 6 origami paper (one in each color: yellow, blue, purple, green, red, and orange)

· Three feet of orange ribbon

· One piece of clear acetate

· Four pieces of flexible foam at two different sizes

· Three feet of purple lanyard

Product Details

UPC:
9781402754821
Manufacturer:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
05/06/2008
Age Range:
6 Years

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Got Crafts? 25 Things to Do with a Milk Carton 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
cmteacher More than 1 year ago
I bought item on sale and donated to a private K-2 school that rents our church. They were delighted to receive it. Think of your schools out there. As a teacher, I personally know I spend my own money for supplies all the time. Public or private, there is never enough money for the things you need in a classroom. Whether you have children still in school or not, look for those bargains that schools can use! Lend a hand - it's America's Future! I'd like to meet that teacher of elementary, science, art, or any other supply-demanding subject who just spends the $250 we are allowed to deduct on our taxes - without filing a Schedule A and deduct anything over 2% of our income.