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Duct Tape Recycled Robot

By: Amanda Formaro from Crafts by Amanda
Updated July 15, 2020
Duct Tape Recycled Robot
Duct Tape Recycled Robot

"Don’t toss that empty cereal box in the recycle bin, save it to make this fun robot craft! Just think of all the recycled items in your kitchen that you could use to build your own. Vegetable cans and soda cans are great for legs and a head, while paper towel tubes make ideal robot arms! Girls and boys alike love crafting and this recycled cereal box robot can be created however your child likes. I used duct tape to help this fun robot lat longer. Makes a great addition to your child’s bedroom decor too!"

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

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Materials List

  • 1 cardboard cereal box
  • 1 soda can
  • 2 vegetable cans
  • 2 cardboard paper towel tubes
  • 1 plastic wide mouth drinking cup
  • 2 googly eyes
  • Assorted plastic lids
  • Colored craft jewels in various sizes
  • 2 green plastic coated paper clips
  • 3 colors of Duck Tape we used neon green, purple, rainbow

NotesPlease visit Crafts by Amanda for the full tutorial!

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