Ever had a project where you have to ask your friends and family for embarrassing craft supplies? Today I'm sharing how I made this metal-look garland out of toilet paper rolls! #greencraft#christmasdecor#ontheblog
Paper Trail: Reusing* Recycling* Remembering ... You can see how l recycled the brown paper wrap that covers my art table in the newest issue of Green Craft Magazine ❤️pages 8-14 with directions to create a journal, 📚notebook, friendship seed packages 🌸cards & envelopes 💌 @stampington#greencraft#greencraftmagazine#published#recycle
This ring is made from random scraps. The holes on the brass face are from tests made on drill bits by another jeweler and then the piece was tossed away to be melted. I found it in a pile of random bits and decided to add the screw to embellish it and turn it into wearable art. To me, that is the definition of art - giving life and purpose to the discarded pieces I find by uniting them into a meaningful composition. #treasurehunt#jewelry#rings💍#art 📷 by @thisisgregers#greencraft
Taking a moment to brag about my mom, and her creativity which I happily inherited. One of her many upcycled creations is featured in the latest issue of GreenCraft Magazine (check out that byline!). And here's my no shame plug for her Etsy shops: www.whatitseams.etsy.com and www.lilandlou.etsy.com. Here's to more features and bylines Mom!
Popped into the bookstore and it was fun to see my article in Greencraft. The project I mention is also one we do in an upcoming episode of Painting the Psalms, where we use handwritten notes to create a truly personal piece of art.