Saturday, January 15, 2011


These are Christmas wreaths that are made of recycled scrap. I like the creativity that was put on each one of them.This was an exhibit/contest that I attended last Christmas season. Going green is really "in" nowadays. Companies are starting to manufacture organic clothing, furniture that is from recycled materials etc. I do take part in recycling myself. I like to thrift and I do collect empty cans and put them in the recycle bin instead of a regular trash can. Companies also do their part in electronic recycling to reduce e-waste. Computer disposal has to be done properly because computers contains some chemicals that might harm the environment.

Even online, we see companies like that are commited to responsible discarding of e waste. I learned about how computers are being recycled from their website. It is a great idea to be environmentally responsible. After all, we only have one Earth with limited resources.


Ria said...

These are pretty.

Ginny said...

These are all wonderful! I enlarged several of them to get a better looks and ty to see what they were made of. The fourth one looked like pencils, but I don't think they are.

Mom Daughter Style said...

Ginny- I think they are just rolled papers. They do look like pencils though

Lady Sophia's Lover said...

You arise beauteous in the horizon of the heavens
Oh living Aten who creates life.
When you shine forth in the Eastern horizon you fill every land with your beauty.
You are so beautiful: you are great; gleaming and high over every land.
Your rays embrace the lands and all you have created;
You are Re and reach out to all your creations, and hold them for your beloved Son.
You are afar, but your rays touch the earth;
Men see you, but know not your ways.

...thanks!...sweet baby!

"FAITH" said...

Following this blog too. Very creative, love it

"FAITH" said...

Hi now following you Back : )

Dressing Up For Me said...

The wreaths are so colorful and original! We do trash segregation here for eay recycling. As for me I buy in thrift stores to make use of still wearable and gorgeous clothes and they´re much cheaper! ;)

Sweet said...

wow pretty designs...I am really impressed!


Pam said...

Those are really pretty. I love to see recycled things in use. Returning your follow from The Thrifty Things. :)

J. said...

What a creative what to recycle !


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