Do you love recycling? Or may be enjoy making functional objects from things lying around? Well.. what you see above is the result of one such intense passionate project session — bringing before you a chic accessory, the Coffee Sack Purse !
If you enjoy repairing damaged objects around your home instead of simply discarding them, you need to check out this product called Sugru. It’s a self setting rubber material, that can be molded to a desired shape [like play-doh] and used on things to make them work again.
The conscious effort to recycle plastic bottles has become a part of our lives. That said, we have seen many wonderful ideas being used to recycle or upcycle soda bottles. Today we have something absolutely new that could be a DIY project too. It is the Soda Bottle Broom!
What could be done with damaged and worn out hockey sticks? Well, for starters, they could get a new lease of life as striking bottle openers! Made from used composite hockey sticks and new bottle openers, the picture above shows you how the Hockey Stick Bottle Openers look like.
This table is called DecksTop and as the name suggests cleverly — the tabletop is indeed built out of recycled skateboard decks. Supported on a stainless steel frame, the vivid patterned top reflects the smart use of broken and damaged decks.
Stunning effect, right? What you see here is a recycled juice box lamp called Tetralamp constructed using discarded juice boxes. In order to create the lamp the packaging containers were first cut into strips, then folded into individual modules, to be held together by a special technique of origami.
What do you see? ‘Fork and spoon’ or a bicycle? Hard to believe but this model of a cycle has been created using forks and spoons that we are used to dine with! Surprising, right? Check out the next photos for other views.
The striking resemblance of the bird house to a milk carton is not by chance. The shelter made of repurposed elements which includes discarded ply pieces and steel gathered from non functional home appliances, was indeed inspired by the structure of a milk carton and thus the shape.