Recycled Halloween Costumes

Many of you are probably still weighing your options for costuming on halloween, Halloween ought to be about imagination, skip the cookie-cutter, store-bought costumes in favor of some unique, recycled ones. You’ll save money, encourage creativity, and most importantly, teach the importance of environmental sustainability. And before you go by the cheap chemical laced Halloween items from the store, Check out these fun Halloween costume ideas you can make from recycled materials.












Recycled Halloween Decorations

When we decorate our homes with ugly, terrifying Halloween decorations whether inside or outside, you can count on this recycled halloween crafts, this will extend ghostly greeting and good-bye to all your friends and visitors.

Plastic Softdrink Bottles

Plastic Milk Jugs

Milk or Water Jugs

Newspaper Bat Wreath

Tin Can

Book Pages

Plastic Jars

Plastic Milk Jugs

Scrap Pieces of Cloth

Plastic Bag Wreath

Spider Mason Jar

Milk Jugs

Waste Umbrella

Wine Bottles

Recycled Santa Claus Ornaments

One important part of our holiday tradition are Christmas ornament and decors. It will cost you a lot when buying those ornaments in the market and needed careful storage are require. Unlike the recycled decor, you can also create unique and pretty decor for a fraction of the cost. Materials are made probably out of your house waste, not only an environmental friendly but will expose your creativity. Just a little patience to make, effort, originality and a lot of glue and paint. And one of these ornament are the recycled Santa Claus. Try it !

Santa Fan Blade

Readers Digest Book Santa

Santa Wine Bottle

Santa Can


Santa Soda can

Santa Toilet Roll


Hinge Santa


Santa Light Bulb


Santa Lighted Bottle


Santa Bowling Pins


Santa Soda Can 


Santa Brush


Santa Busted Bulb


Santa Bottle Wine


Santa Bowling Pin

Easy Tutorial on How to Make Christmas Straw Star

A soda plastic straw star to decorate for the holiday season. This delicate ornament will look great in a Christmas tree, but can also be used to decorate in numbers on windows, walls, etc.




Uncommon Christmas Decor on a Budget

Majority of us are looking to cut costs now a days, as well as finding ways to lessen landfill waste. As per record, americans spend over 15 billion dollars every year on new holiday decors, which are generally packaged in items that end up in the garbage. With the holidays in full swing, we urged people to recycle materials for their Christmas decorations this year. Use recycled items you would normally consider something to fill your home with Christmas spirit. This will help save money as well as address the garbage problem that piles up during the holiday season.













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