What were the most interesting recycling projects or creations you've ever seen or done using...
different old or useless items or materials?
teacup candelabra! Done on "Better Homes and Gardens". A Chandelier had the bulbs and wiring removed, then a matching set of tea cups/saucers were glued in place where the bulbs were. Once glued, the whole thing was spray painted with a great glossy red and tea light candles put in each of the tea cups. Very cute!
i saw a show about people who are using old tires to build their house. i found it interesting and a great idea.
A miniature garden inside an old boot, salad greens growing in the pockets of a vinyl shoe caddy, a candelabra made with old bottles cut in half.
I think that recycled waste into energy sources are the most interesting recycling projects, and I'm interest about it
by suncat7 years ago
What are some of the interesting things you've seen or done in creative recycling using...different materials or items?
by mikielikie5 years ago
If you could make a sequel to any movie you've ever seen, which would it be?
by Dwight Phoenix2 years ago
What's the weirdest/interesting/inspiring question you've seen someone ask on hub pages?
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by schoolgirlforreal7 years ago
Well I can give you lots of (((examples)))!!! picking nose popping pimplesetcyou get it I'll be thinking of a good one....
by fierycj8 years ago
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