Bracelet made from wood

January 13th, 2012 - 


 
Star it’s the owner of Stardesigns shop on Etsy. She makes a beautiful work and she has a great talent. This bracelet is made 100% from wood, it’s very strong, and can be worn in shower, pool, lake and in salty water. Duringtime, the skin oils will affect a little bit the colors of the bracelet. But this will give the precious dark brown look for (more…)

How can I recycle old packaging into notebooks?

January 6th, 2012 - 

 

Somewhere in Pennsylvania, in the proximity of Philadelphia, there is one artist named Ivy Lane that loves to recycle and reuse things. What I will present today is these colorful notebooks of her handmade from discarded boxes of Snickers, Cheerios, and other corn flakes brands. For sure, she is helping the environment with these eco-actions. Also, because these are not the only things she createsin order to sale them on Etsy, (more…)

What can you do with your old metal truck bed?

January 5th, 2012 - 

 

If you ever asked yourself the questions: What can you do with your old metal truck bed, here is the answer. Kate and Ben Gatski are making the most of Eco Friendly Farm Tables & Folk Art Sculpture. Here is a Youtube movie if you want to take a deeper look at the process of creating three fabulous tables using the (more…)

Rustic Modern Textures and Polish Eco Friendly Abstract Art

December 4th, 2011 - 

 

These decorative Eco-friendly pieces of abstract art look so perfect on any wall. Nature’s endless variety makes each slice of Reclaimed wood beautiful and unique. Incorporating a little bit of Mother Earth into your home is the easiest way to give your space more warmth and a natural feel. The artist Tracy Melton from (more…)

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 (more…)