Origami Paper Bowl, natural look

January 9th, 2012 - 

 

Ruti Ben Dror is the owner of RutisRoots shop on Etsy. Great idea to use Origami to create paper bowls. Love the fact that she used natural paper to make this special gift. Here are over 200 pieces of recycled paper, selected with care, folded into place and carefully glued together into a wholesome stabled 3-D structure. The (more…)

How to create a house made from cob

January 5th, 2012 - 

 

Cob it’s a material used by ancient people for building their home. This material it’s made from sand, water, straw and earth. Cob is resistant to earthquakes and it is fireproof. It’s very simple to make this material, all you need to do is to mix the ”ingredients” and after this you put the mix into special forms and leave until it’s dry. (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‚Äôs 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…)

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. (more…)