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Rubbish!: Reuse Your Refuse [Epub] ➜ Rubbish!: Reuse Your Refuse By Kate Shoup – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Want to know what goodies you can make with your garbage This book shows you how to give everyday household items a new life the hip craftster s way You ll discover how to complete than creative proj Want to know what goodies you can make with your garbage This book shows you how to give everyday household items a new life the hip craftster s way You ll discover how to complete thancreative projects using materials you already have at your disposal, while reducing trash and upcycling your personal style From a credit card bracelet to a map photo frame, this fun guide shows you how to create truly Rubbish!: Reuse PDF or one of a kind pieces one earth friendly project at a time.


10 thoughts on “Rubbish!: Reuse Your Refuse

  1. Kate Kate says:

    I love the idea of recycling materials into cool crafts I had paged through this book when I first saw it at the library, then decided to make two of the projects for Christmas presents for friends the wine cork bracelets and the romance novel light switch covers.The wine cork bracelets were fairly easy to do and came out looking really cool I did notice that in the photos the bracelets were made only of wine corks with the wire loops, while the instructions described putting bead links betwe I love the idea of recycling materials into cool crafts I had paged through this book when I first saw it at the library, then decided to make two of the projects for Christmas presents for friends the wine cork bracelets and the romance novel light switch covers.The wine cork bracelets were fairly easy to do and came out looking really cool I did notice that in the photos the bracelets were made only of wine corks with the wire loops, while the instructions described putting bead links between each section of cork I preferred to make it like the photos.The romance novel light switch covers was a really cool idea and are made from old book covers, cardboard, hot glue, and resin The instructions are rather complicated and I had some difficulty working with the resin but overall they came out really cool


  2. Katie Katie says:

    Great pictures, and with the exception of two or three truly useful ideas, it s really a compilation of items most would never use I was fairly disappointed by this book.


  3. Megan Megan says:

    I enjoyed the where to find, books, websites, and shows I love the dice Bobby pin And the notebooks were a good idea But most of the projects were not quite right for me The instructions are very thoughtful AND I liked the funny little quips I also liked reading about the designers.


  4. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    This is a fun book that shows you how to turn your trash into jewelry, handbags, and iPod covers The trick is to find the craft you want to make, and then start saving the components For example, you may have an old paperback collecting dust that you d be willing to make a light switch cover from, but you may have to go to the Goodwill store forexotic things like the pieces to a board game I want to make the magazine cover handbag


  5. Laura Laura says:

    All the projects in this book use a little bit of rubbish and a lot of other materials that you d have to acquire Also, for us, we basically don t create the trash that the projects require Or, the project takes like two bottle tops to make something, which is cool, but doesn t do much to reduce landfill waste So anyway, it wasn t as inspiring as I thought But perhaps might be better for the soda drinking beer drinking plastic bag using crowd.


  6. Rachel Rachel says:

    I actually went to the library to check another book called Alternacrafts and thought this one lookedinteresting This would be a great book for library teen programming craft projects as I ve seen similar projects on Pinterest boards This book is a good way to recycle every day items like old LPs, license plates, corks, credit cards, board games etc 4 stars.


  7. Katie Katie says:

    i was very disappointed in this book i thought it would include items that wereuseful and less decorative i felt like some of the projects used trash to make knick knacks that would sit around a collect dust before they were thrown away.


  8. Marcia Marcia says:

    Some neat upcycled projects here, with a definite 20 something slant A clutch made out of lawn chair webbing was very cool, a bracelet out of cut up credit cards, eeh Most require tools, and a few skills I was looking for middle school maker space ideas, only found a couple.


  9. Sarah Kingston Sarah Kingston says:

    Some fun and somewhat cutesy projects for using things that would normally go into the trash or recycling, such as license plates, corks, glass bottles, credit cards, etc I don t think I ll make any of them, but it s nice to get the juices flowing.


  10. Marian Marian says:

    Fun recycling craft book with interesting crafts


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