Welcome to this week's edition of What Would You Do With It? Wednesday! This week we are featuring pizza boxes! We honestly don't order pizza all that often, but we do end up with a collection of boxes when we do. So, the challenge for this week is to use those pizza boxes up!
In all honesty, we have never made a project that uses the pizza box in its entirety. We cut them up to use the cardboard when we made our wonderful funny feet for making tracks in the snow that were inspired by Abbie over at Greening Sam and Avery:
So, rather than share a bunch of cut out projects, I surfed the web for more inspiration. This is what I found!
great solar oven from Family Fun, I cannot wait for enough sun to try this out!
Crafting a Green World.
This organization idea sparked my interest too.... over at Giver's Log.
I know that Teacher Tom used pizza boxes to make paving stones. You can read all about it here.
Last week's challenge was to use plastic liquid laundry detergent bottles. I'm still looking for some great ideas! Please feel free to stop back and link up at any time if you find some!
For the full list of previously posted items and upcoming challenges, visit the What Would You Do With It? Wednesdays Page.
On to this week's link up! Pizza Boxes- It's your turn!
Do you have a great idea or post that you can share using Pizza Boxes? If so, please join in linking up!
Here are the rules:
1) The post MUST use Cardboard Pizza Boxes (or a similar sized container)
2) The post MUST be family friendly.
There are no other requirements. If you would like, I would love if you linked back to his linky party, but it is not required. I would hope that you will investigate the links shared and visit some of the other blogs, but I'm not imposing any "blog hop/linky" rules. Please, if you do find great ideas and photos... Give credit where credit is due :).
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Next week, I will feature my favorite link up and I'll be posting about Wine Corks! Hopefully, I'll be on time!