Eco-Friendly Toys: Soft Plush by Woolies

December 4th, 2011 - 

 

Woolies is a cute shop that loves to create new friends for kids. Created from Irish cotton flannel, recycled man shirt and a lot of other textiles, these cute dolls have ornamentation in lace. Their faces are organic cotton soft sherpa fleece, the bodies are stuffed with wool. This means the dolls are warm and nice to touch. Read the rest of this entry »

Alice in Wonderland Recycled Book Bracelet

December 4th, 2011 - 

 

Great gift for an Alice in Wonderland fan or a bookworm! Now you can wear your favorite book. We present here Alice in Wonderland Recycled Book Bracelet by a shop working on recycled books and paper. Any bracelet is unique and it contains parts of Alice in Wonderland book. The nickel plated bracelet is 6-3/4″ long plus an Read the rest of this entry »

Micro Pup made from recycled materials

December 2nd, 2011 - 


 
Brian Mock Art is a metal shop that use recycled metal to create art: pendants, silverware bowl made from forks, fork business card holder or light holder made from multiple parts together. Micro Pup is a little dog made from recycled materialscomposed in an eclectic way. He could be a prefect gift for a dog or a pet lover. Read the rest of this entry »

Wall art made from recycled magazines by Amy Gibson and Andrea Read

December 2nd, 2011 - 

 

Colorstory designs is the collaborative work of designers Amy Gibson and Andrea Read. Take a look at their studio from Seattle – a studio that makes the most of recycled items: paper products and magazines. Great texture made from recycled magazines that look amazing. Round wall art that gives a plus to your home. Read the rest of this entry »

Recycled Bottle Mandala Window Art Fused Glass sun catcher in Yellow Green

December 2nd, 2011 - 

 

I added more images to see all the beautiful details of this Recycled Bottle Mandala Window Art Fused Glass sun catcher in Yellow Green. A former fine wine, now changed into a nice mandala that could be hanged on your door, window or wall. But what is the technique the artist used? First the bottle was cut into rings, ordered in a special position to create the shape of the mandala and then all this composition was melt. An Read the rest of this entry »