Recycled Crafts from Old Denims Jeans and Labels

How to recycle shares a few recycled craft ideas from your old jeans and have a hundred patience to make home decors with old jeans labels. Very inspiring and eco-friendly, an amazing way to add to your house interior decoration. Transforming denims jeans and label into impressive, stylish carpets and furnitures.















Nature at it's Best

Feel the Fresh Air of a
Waste Free Surroundings !





Park Keukenhof near Amsterdam



Hallstat, Austria






Nature is So Beautiful


Recycled Scrap Metal Sculptures

Scrap Metal Sculpture

Metal Sculpture

Creative Metal Sculpture

Metal Scrap Sculpture

Topographic Emotions

Figurative Sculpture

Scrap Metal Beetle

Scrap Metal Dog

Predator

Rooster

RoboScrap

Metal Frog

Scrap Metal Benches



Recycled Waste by Making the Best Compost

Compost is organic matter that has been decomposed and recycled as a fertilizer and soil amendment. Compost is a key ingredient in organic farming. At the simplest level, the process of composting simply requires making a heap of wetted organic matter (leaves, "green" food waste) and waiting for the materials to break down into humus after a period of weeks or months. Always aim for a balance of 50% greens and 50% browns in your compost bin to get the right mix. Here are some tips in making the best compost.
Perfect Compost

50% GREENS (Quick to rot)
 Provide Important Nitrogen and Moisture.
Animal manure with straw
Annual weeds
Bindweed
Bracken
Brussels sprout stalk
Carrot tops
Citrus peel
Coffee grounds
Comfrey leaves
Cut flowers
Deadly Nightshade
Fruit peelings and pulp
Fruit seeds
Grass mowings
Hay
Hedge clippings
House plants
Ivy leaves
Nettles
Old bedding plants
Perennial weeds
Poisonous plants
Rhubarb leaves
Seaweed
Soft prunings and plant debris
Tea leaves and bags
Urine
Vegetable peelings and pulp

50% BROWNS (Slower to rot)
 Provide Carbon & Fibre and Allow Air Pockets to Form.
Brown-tick
Autumn leaves
Cardboard
Christmas tree
Corn starch liners
Cotton towels
Cotton wool
Egg boxes
Egg shells
Evergreen prunings
Hair
Natural corks
Nuts
Paper bags
Privet
Straw
Sweetcorn cobs
Thorny prunings
Tomato plants
Used kitchen paper
Vacuum cleaner contents
Wood ash
Wool

Keep this out!
Things You Should Never Include.
Brown-tick
Bones
Bread
Cans
Cat litter
Cigarette ends
Cling film
Coal ash
Crisp packets
Dairy products
Disposable nappies
Dog faeces
Dog food
Drink cartons
Meat and fish scraps
Olive oil
Plastic bags
Plastic bottles
Soiled tissues


Recycled Waste in Picture Tutorial

Try this easy to follow picture tutorials from waste materials around your house, enjoy!

Living Room Decor

Candle Holder

CupCake Stand

Water Container Lamp

Vase Jar

Plastic Spoon Lamp

Stool Chair

Garden Flowering Pot

Flower Vase

Center Table Vase

Styrofoam Organizer

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