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From Trash to Treasure

From Trash to Treasure: Reusing Industrial Materials for School Art Projects

Credit: Veer A former U.S. Postal Service truck pulls up to the schoolyard and a group of eager children line up to get inside. As they wait, they catch a whiff of what seems like food cooking. "It smells like French fries," says third-grade teacher Lisa Allen.

Bottle cap art: Artist, mom creates beauty from trash :: WRAL.com

More on this After watching a video about the scores of birds who die from ingesting plastics found in our oceans, artist Denise Hughes put down her paints (for a bit) and started collecting bottle caps.

These artists turn ocean trash into really classy art

The things we are doing to our ocean by and large ain't pretty. From "plastic soup" to dead albatross babies, we're stomping through the wild places of the world, leaving a trail of destruction and some really trashy driftwood. But a whole lot of ugly didn't stop these four artists from making some top-notch art from actual junk.

1000+ Recycled Crafts: Crafting with Recyclable Items

Time to empty that recycle bin...right into your craft room! With our amazing collection of 1000+ recycled crafts, you'll find hundreds of uses for Mason jars, toilet paper rolls, egg cartons, paper plates, and even old sweaters!

Recycling Art Projects: Making a Computer

Here is one of recycling art projects. Today you'll see how to make a personal computer out of plastic bottles. Please thumb up! Previous DIY Crafts video:https://youtu.be/Zrb_bwIcjkY My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Recycled-Bottles-Crafts-1670203646581140 Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/BottlesCrafts My Tumblr: http://recycledbottlescrafts.tumblr.com Subscribe to my main channel: http://www.youtube.com/recycledbottlescraft Thanks for watching!

Elementary Art Activity With The Lorax: Using Recycled Materials

After reading The Lorax by Dr. Seuss you can create art projects from recyclable materials and hold a recycled art show. Students will have fun creating modern art, robots, or any other type of art from recyclable materials.