You handle the spray painting, but the kids can handle decorating the rest of these adorable K-cup whales. See more here.
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Your little turkeys will have a blast making these brown birds. See more here.
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Liven up an ordinary afternoon with a marshmallow fight! Want to save food and create reusable ammo? Use pom poms instead! See more here.
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Introduce your kids to gardening with these adorable seed starters. Use the grounds to improve your soil! See more here.
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Get your kids excited for a visit from the Easter bunny by creating these cute little rabbits. See more here.
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Mix together a scented bath bomb mixture, then press it firmly into each K-cup. All that's left to do is put in your tub and enjoy. See more here.
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You'd never know that these adorable K-cup trolls are filled with a secret stash of candy! Perfect for party favors. See more here.
Draw mini jack-o-lanterns on the outside of the K-cups. Then attach them to a string of lights for spooky Halloween decor. See more here.
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Enjoy Frosty the Snowman year-round with this project. Just keep in mind you'll need a lot of cups for this one! See more here.
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These K-cup confetti poppers are so easy to make that you can get your preschoolers and toddlers in on the crafting action! See more here.
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These K-Cup hanging planters are ideal for small spaces. This is a great learning project for kids of all ages. Learn more here.
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These homemade stampers are so easy to make, and they're customizable. Have kids draw small pictures and transfer them to the stampers or personalize them with names or monograms. Learn more here.
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