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    • Girl Scouts’ Silver Award Project by Christina R. Earth Day 2009
    • Soda Bottle Piggy Bank
      • Materials : Soda bottle, corks (or bottle caps), black marker, pink acrylic paint, paper and glue
      • Step 1 : Paint entire soda bottle and cap. Set aside to try.
      • Step 2 : When dry draw 2 circles for the eyes and paint on two small pieces of paper and when dry put it on the big
      • Step 3 : Save $ and now put it in your piggy bank
      Source: http://www.instructables.com/files/deriv/F86/CZNX/FQJZHTSK/F86CZNXFQJZHTSK.MEDIUM.jpg YOU MUST HAVE PARENT WITH YOU FOR THIS CRAFT!
    • Outer Space Spinning Toy
      • Materials : 2 clean slurpie-cup lids, 1 old scratched CD, hot glue gun, 1 glue gun stick and old newspaper (or table cloth)
      • Step 1 : Cover your work surface with an old newspaper or table cloth
      • Step 2 : Place one of the slurpie lids on flat work surface.
      • Step 3 : Ask a parent to glue you old scratched CDs to the slurpie lids on each side of CD
      Source: http://www.daniellesplace.com/images/ufo.jpg YOU MUST HAVE PARENT WITH YOU FOR THIS CRAFT!
    • Boo Boo Bunny
      • Materials: 2 pom-poms, black marker, old hair tie, old rubber band and glue
      • Step 1 : Fold your wash cloth towel into a triangle. Roll to the top point.
      • Step 2 : Grab the two ends and roll them tightly to the center
      • Step 4 : Make a second fold bring one side to the other
      • Step 5: After you made the fold tie it with a rubber band
      • Step 6 : Decorate you bunny with pom-poms and sharpie
      Source: http://z.about.com/d/familycrafts/1/5/s/q/1/wragbunny_step-1.jpg
    • Paper Roll Octopus
      • Materials : paper roll, paint, paintbrush, markers and construction paper
      • Step 1 : Paint the outside of paper roll
      • Step 2 : Cut 2 inch lines in roll into tiny strips
      • Step 3 : Roll up each strip of the roll. Paint as pictured.
      • Step 4 : Decorate you new friend with markers and construction
      Source: http://www.makingfriends.com/recycle/tp_sealife.htm
    • Litter Bug
      • Materials : pipe cleaners, sharpie marker, egg cartons, scissors, glue and string (or yarn)
      • Step 1 : Cut an individual section off the eggs carton.
      • Step 2: Glue on eyes and poke four pipe cleaners through egg carton to make legs.
      • Step 3: Decorate your litter bug with string or yarn.
      Source: http://makingfriends.com
    • Paper Maracas
      • Materials : paper roll, paint, paint brush, construction paper, wax paper and 2 rubber bands
      • Step 1 : Paint the paper roll
      • Step 2 : Cut out 2 squares of wax paper.
      • Step 3 : Cover each end of the roll with the wax paper square and secure with a rubber band
      • Step 4 : Paint your favorite design on your maracas. Set aside to dry.
      Source : http://www.juliasrainbowcorner.com/jpg/maraca.jpg
    • Pet Rock
      • Materials: Rock, paint, paintbrush, construction paper, yarn, etc.
      • Step 1: Find a rock from backyard and wash it. Set it aside to dry.
      • Step 2: Paint and decorate your rock. Be creative. Make it into whatever you want!!
      Source: http://www.freewebs.com/mrclicksartroom/158.JPG
    • Popsicle Stick Pencil Holder
      • Materials : old popsicle sticks (plain or multicolored), glue, baby food jar
      • Step 1: Take your baby food jar and place it on a flat surface.
      • Step 2: Slowly and one at a time take each popsicle stick and glue it on.
      • Step 3: Decorate your new pencil folder. (Optional)
      • Source: http://i.ehow.com/images/GlobalPhoto/Articles/2377104/1003446a_Full.jpg
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