Families can make eco-friendly crafts at Bubble in Babylon

Families can turn trash into treasure by making creative crafts at Bubble.

Families can turn trash into treasure by making creative crafts at Bubble. (2/22/13)

BABYLON - Kids and parents can spend some quality time together at Bubble in Babylon.

Bubble focuses on environment-friendly crafts for families to do together. They call what the process of turning old things into new crafts "upcycling."

Jenny Dellafranca from Bubble says they hold upcycle parties, workshops and classes. The crafty spot also teaches people skills needed to make certain crafts, like sewing.

One girl working on turning an old glove into a doll tells News 12 that she loves Bubble. She says she enjoys making crafts that help the environment.

For more fun activities featured at Bubble, watch the videos to the left or click News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612. 

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