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We Can All Live Green

The environmental problems we are experiencing today need immediate attention if we want a safe place for our children to live. Everyone needs to wake up and see what is happening around them before it’s too late. Stop taking the planet we live on for granted. Therefore, everyone starts small ... ...

Making a Recycled Denim Jeans Wreath

It’s time to clean out the closets and recycle all the kids’ clothes they have outgrown over the long winter months. Instead of giving away all their old denim jeans, and yours, save them to make a beautiful denim wreath for your home. Recycling denim is a great way to make beautiful cr ... ...

10 DIY Recycled Crafts for Your Home

One great way to reuse your old jelly jars, CDs, food cans, plastic bottles, toilet paper rolls, or even those heavy-duty rolls inside all your plastic wrap and aluminum foil is to make recycled crafts. Making recycled crafts is a fantastic way to decorate your home and help save our landfills ... ...

Recycled Styrofoam Christmas Ornament Balls

The holiday season is quickly approaching and so is winter and the colder evenings at home snuggled next to a warm fire. The children are starting to get excited about Christmas, as the stores prepare for the holiday season. Thanksgiving hasn’t even arrived, but we see the constant reminders ... ...

Inspiration to Recycle and Reuse

Recycling can be a great way to help organize and down size. Getting rid of things that can be recycled is a great way to help the environment both in the world and in your home.In preserving our planet the most important thing we can do is to recycle. There are more that 100 million people in Amer ...

Fashion From Plastic Bottles!

It’s turning colder outside and winter is definitely here. When the temperatures drop, you want something really warm and cosy to wear. You might choose a lovely fleece fabric for example; warm, durable, lightweight, weather-resistant and deliciously soft to the touch. But could you hazard a ... ...

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle...and Repair

In less than a decade, the quantity of objects that we own has been multiplied by ten. A family of four used to own approximately 150 to 200 objects. Now, that same family can own up to 3,000! This also means an incredible increase in the amount of trash produced, which has doubled in the last 40 y ...

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