It’s been a busy week here, what with my sewing room update and learning a new art, but I can’t share either of those things yet. Trust me, once they are completely finished, you’ll be hearing ALL about both. In the meantime, since it’s the day we celebrate our big, blue marble, so I’d like to talk about a few of my favorite Crafty Staci projects that are all about reduce/reuse/recycle.
What makes them Earth-friendly? Using cloth instead of paper cuts down on waste!
What makes it Earth-friendly? It’s a great way to repurpose those rusty, old mason jar rings!
What makes them Earth-friendly? A handy use for those plastic shopping bags to keep them out of the garbage.
What makes this Earth-friendly? It doesn’t matter what condition an old cookie sheet is in, it will work for this project.
What makes these Earth-friendly? Besides the fact that I was able to refashion an outdated coat into several new items, that coffee cup sleeve has saved some cardboard ones from the trash!
What makes this Earth-friendly? Thread spools get a second life as craft floss storage.
What makes this Earth-friendly? Reusing a tissue box instead of throwing it away!
What makes these Earth-friendly? Saving lots and lots of zippered plastic bags from the garbage can.
What makes this Earth-friendly? This shirt may have found a new owner at a thrift shop, but instead I turned it into something I still have in my closet years later!
What makes these Earth-friendly? No more paper or plastic!
Tell me about your favorite Earth Day projects!