DIY: Empty Juice Cartons Wreath

09/05/2011

Juice cartons now empty

Don’t throw it away Mommy

We will have a happy day

Crafting fun memories for the family!

 

Juice cartons now empty

Enjoyed the apple, orange and cranberry

Now let’s make something pretty

Painted carton houses maybe?

 

For The Gooseberry Garden on OBJECT.

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HERE’S HOW TO MAKE EMPTY JUICE CARTONS WREATH

 

1. First, drink all the juice inside otherwise it will be too heavy for the wreath!

empty juice cartons

 

2. Next, paint the empty cartons with any color that you want for the house. Hey, it’s best to experiment painting in cartons than in real houses!

painted houses by kiddos and me!

 

3. Next next, cut the branches in your neighbor’s tree — form it in circle and attach the painted houses.

empty juice cartons wreath!

 

4. Next to next next, make 2 sets — 1 for your neighbor where you got the branches!

 

Now Do It Yourself and have fun! If I can breath then I can wreath — so can you!

Psssst, this empty juice cartons wreath will have more fun at Nester’s Wreath Party!

 

World peace begins at home — with empty juice cartons! Don’t you think so?

:)

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43 Responses to “DIY: Empty Juice Cartons Wreath”


  1. I love the wreathe! It is just adorable, andit makes mewish my kids were small again.

    Love,
    Theresa


  2. Charmingly artistic!


  3. Hi BlendedSpoon! Your wreath is so cute and a wonderful projects to do with your kids! I’ll bet they loved creating it!


  4. What a fun, colorful project for the kids!

  5. Victoria Says:

    That is adorable, I love how bright and fun it is!

  6. William Leed Says:

    I have to share this with my grandkids. Great!!!
    William

  7. Rekha Says:

    I liked the poem and the instructions on juice carton wreaths….A nice, creative way to go green too.

  8. tigerbrite Says:

    Those carton houses look great. So enjoyable for the children.

  9. chimnese Says:

    very creative poem, you also give other parents ideas on what to do togeda with there kids amazing.

  10. Debbie Says:

    Leave it up to you, sweet spoon, to help us make something beautiful, fun and peace-giving! You are precious and teach me always! love and hugs!


  11. Cute!! Love the rhyming post too. :)

  12. Morning Says:

    fun verse, well done…


  13. quite artistic! :) love the recycling idea as well
    Happy gooseberry day!

    http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/09/02/the-dream-where-you-at/

  14. Sarah Says:

    This is such a cute idea! And the first I have seen like it. :)

  15. Paula Says:

    Great idea to recycle cartons for a cute kid’s craft!

  16. kells Says:

    how creative are you?!? so cute! I mean you could do so much with those painted houses…I am picturing windows cut out and safe plastic glowing votives inside ….the possibilities are endless!
    really awesome!

  17. Daniela Says:

    I love Bended Spoon ♥


  18. What an adorable wreath ~ I love it!

    I am begining a new linky party on Wednesday ~ “Fall” In Love. Please join in on the fun.

    Have a happy and blessed Labor Day!


  19. SOOOOOOOOOOOO cute! I love it!


  20. Haha…this is so lovely and fun. I love the spirit of making one for your neighbor after cutting their tree branch. You got a sweet heart and a nice family. Enjoy the holiday over there.

    Cheers! :)

  21. Chatter Master Says:

    Yes I think so! You created your own child’s village of cartons! :) I love it! So colorful!

  22. dswan2 Says:

    Loved this!! I also love wreathes and use them often, especially as images for cards.


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