Easter Egg Decoration ideas for the Classroom [Infographic]

Easter is the perfect time for engaging students in some fun classroom activities. There are many different ways for celebrating Easter in the classroom. Check out this infographic to get some inspiration for decorating Easter eggs in the classroom.

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Upcycling old Sponges with your Kids [Infographic]

Upcycling old Sponges with your Kids [Infographic] | ecogreenlove

What better way to guide your kids into a green lifestyle than playing and crafting together with them showing them there can be other purposes to something broken or used. Here is an activity you might enjoy with your kids: reusing a sponge, very simple and quick going green.

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Reusing (wine) cork

Creative ways to Repurpose Wine Corks | ecogreenlove

Updated: October 2019

There are many artistic and practical uses for the corks wine toppers. Here is a selection of creative decorations using corks and even a few non-decorative uses that may surprise you.

I want to first show you how the cork can be used in beautiful accessories like the ones in this collage: bracelets, purses and necklaces. These are made by Uniquely, a Houston-based company that offers high-end and sophisticated cork fashion accessories that are entirely hand-made in Europe. They use premium cork only, so a different quality than the cork stoppers we see on wine bottles. But the best of all, is that Cork Oak trees are not cut down during the process. Visit their Etsy shop and take a look to their Instagram pictures, the accesories are just lovely, I want them all! (they also have a Facebook page)

Reusing wine corks | ecogreenlove
Cork fashion accessories {Etsy}

Now, if you want to make something on your own, here are some hacks and craft tutorials that may inspire you to make something with those corks! Let us know if you have some other idea 🙂

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