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D.I.Y. Etched Dish Soap Bottle
Ever since I saw this project a couple of weeks ago....for some reason I keep thinking about it and how much I want to do it! I have always loved these types
Repurpose an old refrigerator into an ice chest - DIY real
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Eco Friendly Bags – 6 Ways to Carry Your Gear in Style
Discover and shop Bluelounge eco-friendly bags: hardwearing, water-resistant, and made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.
Amazing new house proves that green doesn’t have to mean expensive
In a tough neighborhood in Washington, D.C., the new Empowerhouse generates all of its own energy and captures all the rainwater that falls on site. And it didn’t cost a million bucks to build.
1950s era Bandana Carryall
Beautifully worn-in cotton salvaged from a red 1950's era Fast Color bandana has been reworked into a spacious everyday carryall. The material used to construct this bag is over 60 years old but still in the most wonderful condition. Any discoloration of the fabric is the result of many years of natural wear and aging. Reinforced with 12oz canvas and fully lined with olive colored cotton canvas, this large carryall can easily hold everything you need during the day or for a weekend away…
1940s era Feedsack Tote Bag
Sturdy, worn-in canvas salvaged from a 1940's era farm feed sack has been turned into a perfect everyday tote bag. The material used to construct this bag is over 70 years old but still in the most wonderful condition. Any discoloration of the fabric is the result of many years of natural wear and aging. Fully lined with olive colored cotton canvas, this medium bag can easily hold everything you need during the day or for a weekend away. Shoulder straps made from soft 8oz brown cowhide…
Eco-friendly circuit board releases its electronics when exposed to hot water
Scientists have developed a circuit board material that releases its electronic components when exposed to hot water, so they can be salvaged for re-use.