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DIY Beautiful Flowers from Old Magazine

Although a multi blade pair of scissors (shown) makes for fast work you can still use a regular pair. Just make more cuts! Use fall colors for mums, whites for carnations, yellows for marigolds!

Succulent Wine Bottle Planters and reclaimed wood succulent planter  http://redoityourselfinspirations.blogspot.com/2016/05/farmhouse-cutting-board-planter.html

Wine Bottle Succulent Planter Easy Diy Video Tutorial

Portachiavi di sughero del vino, sughero perline portachiavi, portachiavi di sughero, damigelle regalo, Bomboniere

Wine cork keychains (Set of beaded cork keychains, cork keyring, bridesmaids gift, wedding favors

Learn more about superfluous plastic and how it's impacting your health and the environment. With some small changes you can reduce…

8 Way to Use Less Plastic

Learn more about superfluous plastic and how it's impacting your health and the environment. With some small changes you can reduce… Mais

Easy D.I.Y. Home Recycling Center made from wooden crates: Bottles, Paper, Cans, Cardboard and Trash

Easy D.I.Y. Home Recycling Center

13 Las verduras que usted puede volver a crecer de nuevo y otra vez #gardening #regrow #recycle

13 Vegetables That You Can Regrow Again And Again

DIY Bicycle Wheel Wreath - DIY Ways to Recycle Bike Rims

DIY Ways to Recycle Bike Rims Ideas and Instructions

DIY Ways to Recycle Bike Rims Ideas & Instructions: Re-purpose Bike Wheels and Rims into Home and Garden Decoration, Wreath, Garden Art, Trellis, Chandelier

Plastic codes are the numbers on the bottom of plastic products, and the numbers mean different things. Here's a simple infographic to help you decipher...

Plastic Codes Decoded

Plastic codes are the numbers on the bottom of plastic products, and the numbers mean different things. Here's a simple infographic to help you decipher.

Ricava un porta penne dall'albero di Natale - IKEA

Recycling Repurpose your old Christmas tree trunk – or a thick branch from the garden – as a pen pot!

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