Love gardening? well here are some of the most creative ways and recycling ideas you can try, DIY things you could generate to dress up your garden a little bit different. Even a small space garden and your gathered recycled materials can produced a full impressive scenery in your garden.
Take those old glossy magazines that are laying around your house and create a cool unique crafts for your uses. The ideas are simple, yet trendy, and each would make a statement in a modern setting. Using ordinary strips of colorful magazine pages by folding and rolling can transformed in a very interesting decorative items. The best part of this is that they are low-to-no cost project.
On a Canvas
Labels: Magazine Pages
Plastic is always used in our daily life. Why? Because the product is low in cost and majority of us made a choice for the manufacture of toys, bottled beverages, tools, furnitures, food storage and many more. We know that this plastic is the number one contributors to our global warming because they uses fossil fuels to produced and when becomes waste it's not biodegradable. In fact, plastic garbage thrown into the ocean kill as many as 1,000,000 sea creatures a year! Ever heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch? It's twice the size of Texas and is floating somewhere between San Francisco and Hawaii. It's also 80 percent plastic, and weighs in at 3.5 million tons.The study also shows that some plastic poses hazard chemicals that is unhealthy when used in food and beverage products. So start a green living by lessen the use of plastic in every aspect of our life.
Ways is here:
Drink out of glasses
Use a stainless water bottle and stop buying bottled water
Keep a real ( metal or wooden ) spoon and fork in a baggy in your car, and at your desk
Purchase wooden toys
Use only real or biodegradable plates
Save glass jars and use them instead of tupperware
Bring cloth bags to the grocery store, say no to store clerks when they want to put your items in a plastic bag
Compost so you use fewer garbage bags
Buy grocery items packaged in glass instead of plastic when possible
Labels: Less Plastic