Recycling

Aluminum can tabs = belly dance “coin” belt

You know?...Those thingys that you grab onto, to help you open an aluminum soda/soup can? Whatever you happen to call them in your region -- pull tabs, pop tabs, soda can pulls -- they can be found in abundance. Because I spent my childhood in the northeast part of...

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Bags, bags, bags: so many bags!

I had these in mind for Christmas, but these are great for anytime... They're just handy to keep around, and even better because they are a conversation-starter on their own (before the receiver even has a chance to peek inside)! These few are...

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EARTH/worx…will you be at the Gallery Hop?

Friday, November 20, 2009. Time: 5:30pm - 9:00pm. Location: Sayre School, The Buttery, Lexington KY Eco-friendly Art by Local Hands and Hearts (to benefit Kentucky Heartwood & Sayre's Green Council) featuring Earth Friendly Artisans, Poetry, & Musicians + kids art...

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Most Recently

I have been bitten by the purse bug again. Or maybe it's the change in the weather, reminding me that Spring is already OVER, and I haven't been on track with my self-imposed deadlines. Either way, be prepared for purses. Oh yeah---and be prepared for some new...

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To Coin a Purse

Still have lots of good photos and new lil' things to share. This coin purse was sewn from part of a dogfood bag, which happens to be organic food I might add! (I hope the person who gave the bag to me decides to continue buying that food...it's very unique...

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Milkmen (and Clothing Retailers) Rejoice!

And the cows?--Well, I suppose they may or may not be happy about the news. It depends. One of the random articles that a Google search gave me (while looking for info on clothing made from paper) was a feature about clothing made from milk...and technically they are...

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Plastic Soup, Anyone?

Mmmm! I'll have mine with a side of packing peanuts. Plastic and I sorta have this love/hate relationship going on. (It's presence has saved human lives through technology and medicine, yet it's sheer abundance has created a deadly "plastic soup" in the Pacific Ocean....

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