Unique lampshade made from upcycled fabric

November 2nd, 2014 - 

crocheted lamp

I must confess I am in love with grays and especially light grays like you will see in the images below. I found a shop that has interesting designs that are crocheted.

Buubok offers self-designed and crafted unique products. Using experience and skills Buubok creates modern handmade products in cotton. (more…)

Upcycled Rustic Country Bird Feeder

February 4th, 2013 - 

bird feeder ideas

I took a look to some bird feeder ideas on the net and I found some interesting models. I will write some posts about each of them, so if you live at the country side or not necessary, take a look at the following posts to find out all there is about bird feeders. (more…)

Map Drawer Pulls or Handles made from recycled maps

January 5th, 2012 - 

 

Using old maps is not new at all.But the idea of recycling old maps intoknobs is nice. I would like to have some cute decorated knobs at home. Bob and Sherry are masters in handcrafted map jewelry. Here are some examples of what they can do using old maps. The couple came with an idea of incorporating maps in (more…)

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. (more…)

Reusing Lightbulbs as mini terrariums

October 13th, 2011 - 

 

Even if it is not a very new idea, I still like at and find it inspiring. To have such a tiny world of your own, directly on your desk. Rivers, stones, beautiul places, anything cand be created! All you have to do is to add some water inside from time to time and you will be rewarded with a little bit of nature every day, on your desk. Two tillandsia plants, also known as air plants, are nestled along with preserved reindeer moss in river stones held in place (more…)