Oatmeal Container Crafts
oatmeal box re-used to make a ribbon holder
Crafting with Recyclables – Giant Sunflower made with oatmeal containers and broom stick (what a fun photo prop!)
OH use COFFEE CANS and oatmeal containers like the other pin! how simple and cool!!! would look great at theENTRANCE!! great website for cheaper craft supplies
DIY HEADBAND HOLDER How to Tutorial!! This is the cutest headband and hair accessory holder, and very easy to make too! MATERIALS NEEDED: Oatmeal container (or container of comparable size), 2 Sheets 12"x12" Scrapbook paper, Mod Podge, Foam Brush, Knob (found hers at Hobby Lobby). OPTIONAL MATERIALS: Candlestick holder (found hers at Target) and glue (she used E-6000 - can find at craft stores, or use comparable strength glue). Can top with a large flower, other adornment, or leave plain.
Recycle cardboard oatmeal canisters by giving them a Christmas makeover. First, we glue white paper around the containers. Then we use odds and ends—felt, bells, buttons, googly eyes—from our craft closet to make hats, scarves, and faces for our snowmen. We fill them with homemade holiday goodies and give them to neighbors, friends, and teachers.
POYEL: Untangling Your Little One’s Hair Accessories from Modern Parents. Messy Kids - Great solution for corralling headbands - use an oatmeal container and pretty craft paper
I used small craft bags, scrapbook paper with the printed verse, and snowflake brads. Each bag contains 2 tablespoons of oatmeal and a few shakes of colored sugar (red and green). The verse reads: Sprinkle on the lawn at night, The moon will make it sparkle bright. As Santa’s reindeer fly and roam, This will help them find your home. Great inexpensive party favor!
Homemade Thomas the Tank Engine Halloween Costume: This Homemade Thomas the Tank Engine Halloween Costume is James, the #5. The train is composed of 2 boxes that I painted with acrylic craft paint and then
Version two of a headband holder this time for infant headbands. I used an old (ugly) wine bottle box. Inspired by a pin I saw of this: thegainesgang4.bl... - I made my own! Need a way to store your headbands? Take an old oatmeal container and cover with fabric (I used a hot pink/black zebra bandanna here) and glue it in place. I also wrapped it vertically with ribbon (glued at the top and bottom only) so that it could also hold hair clips and/or barrettes. I hot glued a cluster of silk flowers on top and tied a bow out of matching hot pink/black/zebra ribbon. I plan on using this to display my headbands for craft shows where I'm selling things for my Etsy shop- ribbonsinbloom.et...