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  • DIY Halloween Decorations: Light-Up Ghost

    Halloween Craft Roundup

    Halloween doesn’t have to be wasteful. With a little bit of imagination and planning, you can have an eco-friendly Halloween. Let’s explore what Halloween decor and costumes we can make to make Halloween greener. More

  • How-to: Make a Witch’s Hat

    A witch is one of the simplest and the easiest characters to be on Halloween. Put on a black outfit and a pointy hat, and you are reading to party. But buying one of those cheap plastic or polyester ones that last a short time is very wasteful. Here is how to make a witch’s hat that will last year after year. More

  • Halloween Craft from Recycled Materials: 30 Halloween Party Ideas

    Halloween Craft: Mummified Glass Jar Candle Holder

    Make these upcycled glass jar mummy candle holders (lanterns) for Halloween. Group them as a family or put individual pieces on front steps or line them up on the walkway. No matter how you choose to use them, they’ll be sure to bring smiles to your trick or treaters. More

  • How-to: Pillowcase Trick-or-Treat Tote

    A pillowcase tote for Trick-or-Treating is easy to make and it’s a no waste way to upcycle a pillowcase. Here’s how to make this easy peasy Trick-or-Treat tote. More

  • How To: Solar Jack-O-Lantern

    You can make this eco-friendly solar Jack-O-Lantern for less than the price of a real pumpkin. And it’s reusable! Here is how. More

  • Halloween Costume Swap on thredUP

    Swap your kids costume for a greener Halloween. thredUP has an awesome program where you can swap outgrown Halloween costumes. Here is how it works. More

  • Green Tips for a Recycled Halloween

    Halloween doesn’t have to be a stressful and wasteful holiday if you put your green crafting skills to work. Here are some ideas on how to make green Halloween less stressful. More

  • Green Crafting: A Justifiable Means to an End?

    Although upcycling and using eco-friendly materials is still preferred but is green crafting a justifiable means to an end when using ‘evil’ materials in the name of upcycling and reusing? What do you think? More

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