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  • Audrey N. 11 months ago
    I love the chandelier it’s so pretty.
  • Lucy S. 3 years ago
    Now, here's a thought: build a Plastic Bottle Castle
    https://ca.news.yahoo.com/king-plastic-bottle-castle-100415232.html
    'Course, owning a private island with no building code restrictions might be an advantage
    :-[}
  • Carolyn A. 3 years ago
    I love to garden. I had little lavender plants popping up in my garden. I couldn't find the basic plastic containers with drainage holes in the bottom that you find inside a ceramic pot or outer decorative heavy plastic pot, individually for sale, so I recycled the Siggi's brand individual serving, 5.3 oz. yogurt containers, using an awl (the tool with the single pointed tip) to poke holes in the bottom for drainage. I put the small lavender plants in my garden composted dirt, in nice ceramic pots and large ceramic tea cups with saucers from Goodwill and gave the plants to friends. Everything in this project was recycled.

    Carolyn
  • Voke A. 4 years ago
    Turning simple things into beautiful Art and helping the planet aswell, definitely awesome.
  • Lori W. 4 years ago
    Realizing that plastic grocery bags aren't the best, but I do have some and reuse them. So I have used a 2-liter plastic soda bottle, cap on, with a hole cut out in front to store the bags. You can decorate the bottle using a little glue and fabric scraps, twine, decoupage, or some decorative duct tape for examples. Compacts the bags into a small space for reuse, (I use them to get library items, or my mail, etc.) until recycled.
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