Blog Posts - Reuse

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Worksheet

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Worksheet – Have Fun Teaching
by Free Worksheets on Apr 16, 2015

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Worksheet

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Worksheet – Have Fun Teaching
by Free Worksheets on Apr 16, 2015

Refinished Retro 50’s Diner Table and Chairs

It may not be fashionable to admit this, but I kinda have a thing for theme restaurants that hang all sorts of crazy things on the walls. My dream job would be the designer who gets to hunt for and...
by Condo Blues on Apr 14, 2015

Recycling Worksheet 2 – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

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by Free Worksheets on Apr 14, 2015

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Worksheet

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Worksheet – Have Fun Teaching
by Free Worksheets on Apr 13, 2015

Five Fun Earth Day Activities and Crafts

Enjoy doing some fun craft and activities together with your children as a reminder to be good stewards of the earth.
by Hunter Happenings on Apr 3, 2015

“Retail Therapy a Real Therapy”

    She is 24 (remember you are or once were 24 too the dreams you saw and feelings you got are no different) and hasn’t seen life yet… Together we can and we should make a difference. Life takes a full turn just when something happens...
by SunnySlice on Mar 20, 2015

Illustrio — Edit and reuse stock photo illustrations

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by Bir Fikrin mi Var on Mar 16, 2015

Before and After: A Buffet Turned Bathroom Vanity

Now this might come as a total shock, but Wendy and I have multiple ongoing projects. No, no, I'm serious! Can you believe it? While we may have a literal disaster when it comes to our heating and plumbing at our new house, and we're overwhelmed almo...
by Old Town Home on Mar 11, 2015

Decaying Wooden Barn Made Over Into Dreamy Living Space

A designer proves that forgotten buildings can be made useful again without changing their basic structure.
by dornob on Feb 17, 2015

Kids Making Art From Beach Trash And Found Objects

Awhile ago we wrote about Cat Chiu Phillips who is creating art from plastic bags. Catherine is also an middle school teacher (7th and 8th graders) who is also incorporating Reusing into Art into her classes. These works of art are from a class and...
by Green Eco Services on Feb 15, 2015

Rocky Ruins Reclaimed: 12 Mining Facilities Transformed

Abandoned subterranean pits once used to mine everything from gold to salt have been reclaimed as theme parks, restorative spas for asthmatics, data centers, ...
by WebUrbanist on Feb 11, 2015

The Under Line: Derelict London Tube Tunnels as Public Paths

Tapping unused sections of the London Underground,  this bold proposal envisions a network of subterranean paths for pedestrians and cyclists as well as ...
by WebUrbanist on Feb 7, 2015

Eco-Fashion Friday Finds – something old and something new

Being fashionably green takes many forms. For instance, you can buy something fabulously new, ethically made of sustainable fabric, via a zero-waste process – or you can go vintage and ramp up you style by wearing and reusing things that had a...
by The Alternative Consumer on Jan 30, 2015

Make Beautiful Jewelry From the Hardware Store!

You can create beautiful things using humble supplies. Craft stores are amazing, but we don't always have the time or extra cash to shop there, and sometimes we don't live anywhere near a craft supply store. Other times, we just want to create someth...
by House Revivals on Jan 26, 2015

Why You Need to Shop Architectural Salvage Stores

If you've been reading House Revivals for very long, you will know about my love affair with reused, reclaimed, and re-purposed items.  After all, why buy new, when you can buy used, right? I adore architectural salvage. As an interior designer,...
by House Revivals on Jan 13, 2015

How to Repair Broken Jewelry With Paper

A few months ago, I found this broken necklace in an Alabama thrift store for a couple of dollars. It would have been cute, except for the fact that several of the cabochons had fallen off. The necklace came home with me because I thought it woul...
by House Revivals on Jan 6, 2015

Chunky Knit Boot Cuffs Pattern

Okay friends who knit. This project couldn’t be easier. The cuffs can be knit in the round if you so choose, but I knitted them flat and seamed them together in the end… mostly because I couldn’t find my circular needles when I star...
by The Mystic Kitchen on Jan 1, 2015

How to Properly Dispose of Your Christmas Tree

It’s that time again. Christmas is over and you might be wondering how to get rid of your Christmas tree. According to the National Christmas Tree Association (NCTA), leaving your tree in the trash or “on the curb,” is not the best...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Dec 29, 2014

Six Ways To Reuse And Recycle Christmas Lights

We hope you are starting to develop your own Waste Free Christmas. Aside from the packaging, one of the most toxic to the environment items you can reuse and recycle are Christmas Tree Lights. Christmas Tree Lights are not biodegradable and they cont...
by Green Eco Services on Dec 13, 2014

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