Go Fly a (Recycled) Kite


| 6/4/2008 1:44:04 PM


Kites
Our sister publication Mother Earth News has an online rundown of a fun little springtime DIY project: making kites from recycled materials.

You can choose from designs that use paper bags or newspaper. Or you can go with non-recycled (but still inexpensive) fare such as paper, foam balls, and feathers. For the expert kite-flyer and -maker, there’s some guidance on DIY sport and stunt kites, too.



Image by ronnie44052, licensed under Creative Commons.



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