Reciclage on Pinterest. See Cuts Into A Pair Of Old Leggings To Create Something Even More Useful. 100 Ways to Repurpose Everything (Mega Roundup!) Think this title is a tall order?
Well, you’re in for a post of epic eco-tastic proportions. So epic that you may need to give your computer or mobile device an extra moment to load all of our pretty pictures. Seeing as we love to repurpose just about anything under the sun, we’re celebrating Earth Day by serving up 100 of our favorite ways to upcycle, reuse, and transform everyday materials into creative new things to wear, hang on the wall, and give to friends. 1. Newspaper Party Hats: We’ll kick things off with a must for any celebration: party hats! 15 DIY crafts you need to make right now. It's cold, it's raining and quite frankly, it's utterly miserable outside at the moment.
So stay in! But then it hits you. It's not that great inside either. You're young, so you haven't got all of that furniture and all of the little decorative trinkets that accumulate over time, and if you have, you haven't got nearly enough. So we say, make them! Instead of spending your time sitting around moaning about the weather, why not spend your time doing something useful? How to Make Clothing Buttons from Shrink Plastic… This tutorial is an old one of mine that’s too good not to share again.
Since posting the first time, I’ve had lots of questions about these buttons which will hopefully be answered in this revised post. Equipment Some handy notes: Bouncing Polymer Ball. Introduction Balls have been toys practically forever, but the bouncing ball is a more recent innovation.
Bouncing balls were originally made of natural rubber, though now bouncing balls can be made of plastics and other polymers or even treated leather. You can use chemistry to make your own bouncing ball. Once you understand the basic technique, you can alter the recipe for the ball to see how the chemical composition affects the bounciness of the ball, as well as other characteristics. The bouncing ball in this activity is made from a polymer. Decorate Mug. How to Make Pompom Rug. Now we can say we are true fans of rugs.
The is going to be a nice collection of them on Handimania soon. First there was a Hula Hoop T-shirt Rug, which was an easy and fun craft for kids to make. Second was fluffy, and as some say "hard to clean", but still effective Recycled Rag Rug, and last but not least, Crochet Rag Rug for those familiar with the hook. Today may I present my favorite Pompom Rug I have found on casa.abril.com.br. Yes, it will consume some of your time to complete it, but with no doubts it is a fun activity for all members of your family. Authors of this projects give you all directions of what tools and supplies you need to use. Check the full tutorial in Portuguese on Casa website. "Dew" It Yourself Jewelry Stand. Given that title and my penchant for puns, I'm guessing it will take you guys exactly 3.7 seconds to guess what my new jewelry stand is made from: Aw, you only needed two seconds, didn't you?
I knew it. Yep, this pretty green number is made from four plastic Mountain Dew bottles and exactly $3.72 worth of materials from the hardware store. Not too shabby. It also only took about two hours to make, so let's get to it! First, collect your bottles. If you happen to have a Diet 'Dew addict for a spouse like me, this will take less than three days. I found it easiest to cut the bottoms off my bottles with a strong utility knife, and then trim them down further with scissors. Other than the bottles you will need: One 12-inch length of threaded rod (no cutting necessary; they come this size in the hardware store) and one baggy each of a coordinating size nuts and washers.
Drill holes that are the same size as your threaded rod in the center of each tray: Reciclage on Pinterest. Blog de ecología: reducir, reciclar, reutilizar y radio. Lámpara mesita de noche con chapas de colores Algunas cervezas como la de heineken tienen la chapa de color verde, seguro que otros refrescos o cervezas las tienen de otros colores.
Pero también se pueden pintar de diferentes colores, para darle un toque alegre a la lámpara. Ideal para alumbrar la habitación a la noche en la habitación de los niños. Sillas barriguitas con pinzas de madera rotas Con el uso diario de las pinzas de madera, se nos acaba soltando la parte metálica que sujeta a las dos partes de madera de las pinzas, y que luego no hay manera de volver a poner. Floreros de cristal con bombillas usadas Hoy os traemos más ideas Ideas para volver a utilizar las bombillas que ya no funcionan y trasformarlas en originales jarrones de flores. La idea la hemos sacado de freepeople.com y nos ha parecido muy útil y práctica.