Recycling

I recycled items and made them into other things.
Wine corks spraypainted and turned into a heart.

Wine corks spraypainted and turned into a heart.

New fabric and gold paint for the legs of a foot stool.

New fabric and gold paint for the legs of a foot stool.

Toiletpaperrolls rolled into napkins.

Toiletpaperrolls rolled into napkins.

I spraypainted a white coffeefilterholder red, glued angelpictures on the outside and put angeldolls on the inside.

I spraypainted a white coffeefilterholder red, glued angelpictures on the outside and put angeldolls on the inside.

Found a coffeefilterholder at a yard sale and I spraypainted it red. I have further plans with it when we get closer to Christmas.

Found a coffeefilterholder at a yard sale and I spraypainted it red. I have further plans with it when we get closer to Christmas.

First I made a pair of socks into creatures. Then I made them carry a welcome home sign. It's for my parents when they return home from vacation.

First I made a pair of socks into creatures. Then I made them carry a welcome home sign. It's for my parents when they return home from vacation.

A pair of old socks turned into creatures.

A pair of old socks turned into creatures.

A winebottle made into a vase by using gold spraypaint and blue rhinestones.

A winebottle made into a vase by using gold spraypaint and blue rhinestones.

Two candy cans recycled as candle holders. Inside the cans are stones.

Two candy cans recycled as candle holders. Inside the cans are stones.

Some rodents need a sand bath. I made this for my chipmunk Peanut.  DIY: 1. You'll need an empty 2 liters ice cream bucket, some duct tape and a sharp knife. 2. Cut the top off with the knife. (Just throw the top out. You won't be needing it.) 3. Put duct tape around the edge so the rodent won't cut himself. 4. Fill it with chinchilla sand.

Some rodents need a sand bath. I made this for my chipmunk Peanut. DIY: 1. You'll need an empty 2 liters ice cream bucket, some duct tape and a sharp knife. 2. Cut the top off with the knife. (Just throw the top out. You won't be needing it.) 3. Put duct tape around the edge so the rodent won't cut himself. 4. Fill it with chinchilla sand.

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