Sunday, April 7, 2013

the protector :)

to protect new saplings ..can use ..used PET bottles as a cover which will give protection from pigeons or other birds...

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

recycle décor...

used CDs,glass colours,liner and bit of creativity :)

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Sunday, August 19, 2012

recycling coke Tins

"जो चाहो हो जाये, कोका-कोला enjoy!
recycling coke tin...!probably im succesfulll :p

Sunday, August 12, 2012

flowers from reused book pages, magazines or newspaper

courtesy : thejunkwave

You need:
  • Pages from anold, reused book, magazine or newspaper(reuse always – never new use. Recycled crafts are hot.)
  • Glue gun
  • Buttons or covered cardboard disks (the inside waxy disk of a milk bottle top will do it)
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Sticky tape
How to make your paper craft flowers from book pages, magazines or newspaper:
1. Rip several pages from your book or newspaper (that have print on both sides) and make sure they are stacked evenly.
Cut the pages, all at once – so they are the same size – into even strips that are about 5cm wide.
Then cut thin strips 3/4 of the way into the paper all the way down.

2. Roll the strip up, pretty tight, pinching the bottom as you go.

3. Tape the bottom tightly. Stick a pencil in the middle and pull open the sides to spread it out like a flower. Set this aside.
4. Next you will repeat the same steps with another cut strip, only this time when you roll it up, roll it not so tight. You want to leave an opening to slip the first rolled layer into.
Open this one up also. First the bottom of the first rolled layer into this layer’s opening and secure tightly with a small blob of glue.

5. If you want an even thicker flower, you can repeat the above steps again, with the third layer having an even bigger hole.
Spread out the layers to your liking. You can also trim some of the inner layers for a more feathered effect.

6. Next, I hot glued some vintage buttons onto the centres. They really finish off the look! From there I hot glued the flowers into a small vase. It looks great on my bookshelves!

Friday, June 22, 2012

Junk Jumbo

This Jumbo is made of exclusively Junk...leaving colors nd glue...

material used:

  • plastic bottles -for body -legs-trunk-ears
  • mini feviquick tube-for tail
  • waste paper
  • coin cells-expired


Friday, June 15, 2012

Save paper..

Recycling  ONE ton of paper will save:

  • 4,000 Kwh of electricity
  • 2.5 barrels (1,755 litres) of oil required to convert wood into paper
  • 3 cubic meters of landfill
  • 31,780 liters of water
      • Save the felling of 17 full grown trees