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March 17, 2009



My green contributions to the art world are the eco ones. I have been using recycled materials in many of my artworks. In addition, every so often I clear out my art room and gift materials to local schools.


I would never have thought of that. Thanks for the idea.


wendy m.

I just participated in a "fat book" swap that was all about recycling - the theme was techniques using recycled materials! It was a great swap, full of wonderful ideas.


The fiber necklace looked great! Has anyone tried this yet? I'd love to know how it worked out.

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor

Wow is that lampshade ever a flash back from the 70's! How fun is that!


I try up-cycling wool sweaters and re-using anything and everything that i can.

I love the lamp shade ans I have one sitting int he back...What a great way to use my fancy yarns and put that shade to use. I am definitely going to do that. Thanks for the wonderful idea.

Lynda Taylor

I haven't done too much in the way of green crafts but my daughter and I have been looking at alternacrafts, a book on reusing many things in fab ways.

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