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Drowning in a sea of stuff? Want to know what goodies you can make with your garbage? This book shows you how to give everyday household items a new life—the hip craftster's way. You'll discover how to complete more than 30 creative projects using materials you already have at your disposal, while reducing trash and upcycling your personal style.
Credit card bracelet
Lawn chair webbing clutch
Bottle cap magnets
Board game clock
Beer case notebook
License plate pendant
Map photo frame
This fun, easy-to-follow guide shows you how to create truly one-of-a-kind pieces—one fabulous, earth-friendly project at a time.
It met my needs for the projects i was working on. It showed quite inventive things made with everyday throwawsays.Published 21 months ago by Carol Cunningham
Some very good ideas and instructions included to use stuff most people would throw away. I found this book useful.Published on September 11, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Some good projects. Several projects way more complicated than I can do with small children. If you want to recycle everything, this is your book.Published on August 15, 2013 by AJ
But the book showed up in awful condition. Even used, I've never received a book that was so tattered! I'm glad the content is useful, so I kept it.Published on August 8, 2013 by Kaitlyn evans
It is inspiring! I received my book, reading in it in Central Africa! Great ideas! Thank you! :-) Go get it!!Published on June 14, 2013 by Grace Kelly
This book is ok. I am just not sure why you would spend your time making some of these items, but I do love the idea of redesign.Published on February 11, 2013 by Mary Jill Sheffield