Published on August 9th, 2009 | by Wenona Napolitano3
A Review of The Green Crafter
In the book you’ll find a bunch of cute eco-craft projects for adults and kids. You’ll find detailed directions for fun projects like sock monkeys, very awesome paper dolls, garden butterflies, paper flowers, rock animals, ghosts on a string, photo ball ornaments, and keepsake boxes…just to name a few of my favorites.
The Green Crafter: 52 Eco Friendly Projects for Every Week of the Year is a great eco-craft book to share with the kids. It has quite a few projects that kids will adore like the sun pinata, the sun hat, sack full of sand toys, the string puppet, a basic diamond kite, the toy dump truck, and the toy cars.
Whether you are a homeschooler or just someone that loves to craft with your kids you’ll find inspiration in The Green Crafter.
What I love most is that every idea can be made from items commonly found around the home: newspaper, brown paper bags, magazine pages, used printer paper, milk jugs, juice containers, glue, scissors, and duct tape.
Richela is also the author of Noteworthy: Handmade Greeting Cards fir Any Occasionand is a contributing writer for DivineCaroline.com.