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This listing is for letters, numbers, Greek letters or even symbols - available in either 9" ,8", 7" or 6". The color comes from recycled magazines! See the color scheme options in the final image. ***Please specify the letter(s) you want during checkout. The wood letters can be painted black or white. These letters would look great anywhere in your home, nursery, kid's bedroom, office, living room, bedroom, etc. Each letter includes a hook for hanging. Multiple letters are available at a discount if you're interested in spelling out a name. Please convo me in advance of purchasing with the question. The recycled magazines create an incredible texture- everyone will want to know what it is and where you got it! The vibrant colors of this piece are "brights" ... blue, green, red, purple, pink, yellow, orange, etc... Because the colors come from recycled magazines- there is a wide variety of colors and ranges. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Our products by their very nature insist that each piece be one of a kind. General color schemes are all similar with a slight variation, due to the character of recycled magazines. This ensures that each product has a unique quality.
Top 10 DIY Recycled Art Projects
This 30-foot long and 8-foot in diameter jellyfish piece is made from marine debris found on the beaches of Homer during multiple community beach cleanup projects. Homer High School is borrowing the jellyfish and other pieces of marine debris art from the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies to use as prom decorations April 9. Photo provided
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Have you heard of London based artist, Marcus Oakley? I was recently introduced to him by my friend Ana from BabbleDabbleDo via this gorgeous pinterest board. He often uses simple shapes and color in his work that I thought would really speak to children. These shape collages, in particular, really inspired me, so I decided to give them a try …
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Julie Alice Chappell has taken permaculture principles to create stunning pieces of art. By recyling computer components, Julie's 'bugs' help raise awareness of waste in the environment.
Make your own beautiful fabric bowl DIY gift. Turn fabric scraps into a fabric bowl DIY gift with a sensory activity that helps build fine motor skills.
How to make a lantern from simple materials at home (ex: Soda bottles). Craft activity inspired by the Jamaica Plain Lantern Festival and Parade in Boston, MA.