A craft perfect for a rainy day or simple geometry lesson, try these shape necklaces made of empty milk jugs!
- Clean milk jug
- Permanent markers
- Hole punch
- Yarn or string
- Clean and dry an empty plastic milk jug.
- Cut the milk jug open and dry any pieces that may still be damp with a dry cloth.
- Find a flat section of the jug and draw shapes. Trace them using a template or draw by hand.
- Cut out the shapes and color them with markers.
- Punch holes in the shapes with a hole punch.
- Thread yarn or string through the punched holes and tie to form a necklace.
Caroline Gravino Urdaneta, a PBS Parents resident crafter, is a designer of creative family projects, tinkering painter and mother of four children.
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