Craftcycle: 100+ Earth-Friendly Projects and Ideas for Everyday Living

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North Light Books, Sep 2, 2009 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Recycle, Reuse, Recraft!

Craftcycle is the creative crafter's way to recycling and reusing everyday items destined for the trash or recycling bin. Discover ways to recycle pages of your favorite magazines into a decorative bowl or trash bucket, to reuse scrap wood to build a beautiful birdhouse, or recraft broken china and glass into a mosaic flower pot, and more! Transform throw-away materials into treasures with over 40 step-by-step craft projects Construct larger eco-friendly projects for a greener home Think green all year round with tips and ideas for every season Relax, unwind and unplug with numerous activities powered only by you Tempt your taste buds with delicious recipes using seasonal ingredients Craftcycle explores ways to get the most out of every season while impacting the environment the least. With all these great ideas there is no better time to Craftcycle your way into a greener life!


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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Hmm. ? Some quite practical ideas, and if you're already crafty you can save money by incorporating 'trash.' ? But I don't have a garage full of a wide variety of supplementary materials like Mod ... Read full review

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User Review  - louisesprindable -

this book was very well done and informative. It contains things that would make excellent gifts and things that would be fun to teach young children. Read full review



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About the author (2009)

Heidi Boyd is the author of seven North Light craft books. She brings her simple and pretty approach to green crafting in this book. Her husband Jon Boyd, an architect, is certified in sustainable building practices, and he brings his expertise to this book. He provides the larger-scale simple wood construction projects, all of which are be accompanied by clear diagrams.

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