Creative Conservation

See how conservation can get creative!
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"I turtley love you."

"Owl always love you."

"You are very deer to me"

Owl Ornaments

Make paint brushes from materials found on a nature walk. Fun art activity to go along with Apologia Exploring Creation with Botany. #homeschool #preschool art activity

Bark Owl Nature Craft - Fireflies and Mud Pies

Wreath From Paper Feathers

Pinecone Birds -- Glue google eyes onto small pom-poms and let them dry. Help your kids fold chenille stems into legs and feet and glue them onto the pinecone. Cut out a triangular beak from orange or yellow foam. Glue on the eyes and the beak; let the creature dry completely before beginning a fun game of make-believe with your kids.

Doily bowls - so easy!

Try to craft your very own whale softie!

Fun (but detailed) craft idea: Paper-cutting butterfly

squirrel from cute


DIY owl and bird gift wrap

Stone garden markers (Photo by Carey Powell)

Terrariums (Photo by Kyla Winchester)

Tin can lantens (Photo by Grow Creative)

Bored with building traditional snowmen? Learn how to build a snowy owl and a snowshoe hare snow sculpture.

DIY: pinecone hedgehog

Upcycled cat tree (Photo by Kyla Winchester)

Frosted whiskey bottle (Photo by 52 Weeks Project)

Sweater slippers (Photo by Jennifer Brooks)

Upcycled Pac-Man coffee mugs (Photo by Kyla Winchester)

Still waters: A photographic landscape study (Photo by Doug Van Hemessen) #CreativeConservation