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A Holiday Ecology: Ornaments from Recycled Trash

  1. This post shares how to make stunning Chistmas tree ornaments from recycled trash-- maps, fabric scraps, and old books.
    http://reinventingtheeventhorizon.wordpress.com/2011/12/05/a-holiday-ecology-making-ornaments-from-recycled-trash/

    The blog I need help with is reinventingtheeventhorizon.wordpress.com.

  2. thebackgroundstory
    Member

    The finished products look so cute and awesome!

  3. Thanks so much for taking a look. The ornaments are fun to create and make amazing gifts!

  4. super cute!! I like making stuff from recycling materials :)

  5. Nice ornaments and an excellent tutorial too. :)

  6. Thanks so much for reading, everyone. It was great having you visit today. Hope you'll come back again soon!
    Kathy

  7. A quote from the post above:

    "The holidays cost big bucks, bigger bucks than some of us out-of-work elves and cash-strapped consumers can afford.

    But if you don't have the cash to pay for Christmas, Chanukah or Kwanzaa gifts this year, especially during these difficult financial times, you can make lovely gifts from what you might otherwise trash. (Even this post has been recycled from one I did last summer.)

    The Christmas tree ornaments below, for example, can be made from found fabric and repurposed paper—skirts to shirts, magazines to maps."

    To read more, click the link:
    http://reinventingtheeventhorizon.wordpress.com/2011/12/05/a-holiday-ecology-making-ornaments-from-recycled-trash/

  8. My readers are making these ornaments and loving it. Let me know it you try!

  9. thepurpledogpaintingblog
    Member

    I am definitely going to try that! Great post.

  10. Thanks for sharing, purpledog. I would love to know how your ornaments turn out, if, indeed, you try.

    These are fun and easy to make--a great way to recycle--a great way to give a gift!

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