A New Way to Recycle Cereal Boxes: Rainy Day Activity

Suzanne Murray
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Photo from Inhabitots
The old adage "one's person's trash is another's treasure" couldn't be more true as is evidenced by this creative, colorful eco-friendly map of the United States made from old cereal boxes.

I don't know about you, but my breakfast empties end up in the garbage.

But Chris Kaasam had a better idea.

He made the cereal box map shown here as an entry in Inhabitat's Spring Greening Design Contest. (To see the other entries and vote for your favorite, visit Inhabitat's Spring Greening Finalists.)

Why not create a map of your own? It's the perfect rainy day activity.

Of course, you'll have to eat a lot of cereal first.

What do you do with your old cereal boxes?

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