Arts and craft projects always seem like the clutter-friendliest options for your home, because a stack of coloring books and a bin of crayons takes up a lot less space than sixty dolls or three pretend play kitchens. Though they can also use up a whole lot of paper goods. Inspired by Kate Lilley’s hugely popular blog, Minieco, Eco-Friendly Crafting With Kids guides children to be resourceful and use what’s around them for creative play. Parents and kids alike will love the 35 bold, colorful projects featured in the book that is divided into sections that include Music, Nature, Sewing, Science and Recycling Bin. The final section contains a list of 50 quick boredom busters that harassed parents can pull out of the bag in an emergency.