What do you do with all of that wrapping paper after the holidays? Here are four ideas for putting it to good use.
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eBay writer and seller Julia Marchand shows you how to upcycle an old, holey blanket into a holiday gift-worthy scarf.
Christmas is just about upon us, so we’re starting to slow down here at sustainablog: expect posts a little less regularly from now until New Year’s Day. But before I start getting my break on, I thought I’d share this great infographic from our friends at Waste Management about what can go in the blue […]
Want new holiday ornaments for the Christmas tree? If you’v got burned-out incandescent bulbs laying around, try this easy upcycling project.
Give your home a unique look with these ideas for custom ornaments made from materials you’ll find in your recycling bin or trash can.
Webster Groves, a suburb of St. Louis, has gone sustainable with its outdoor Christmas decorations: they’re upcycled from discarded materials.
UK residents looking for unique holiday gift ideas for friends & family may want to check out new upcycling site Remade in Britain.
While recycling cans is pretty easy in most places, you can also upcycle beer & soda cans into shingles & siding for small structures like chicken coops.
A new study from Staples shows that we tend to hoard our used electronics rather than recycling computers & TVs after we’re done using them.
If you think you’re household waste increases during the holidays, you’re right: here are the numbers on our holidays wastes.
With only a few days left of holiday shopping, here are seven ideas to help you choose one-of-a kind gifts for the environmentally-conscious, fashionable ladies in your life. Take it from me, regardless of the holidays your family celebrates, every woman would appreciate a kindhearted, thoughtful present. The choices vary from ordering online to upcycling […]
It all started with candles. The tradition of an illuminated holiday tree emerged around the 18th century, when wax candles were used to festoon the branches of fresh evergreens. Candles. The notion is somewhat terrifying today. But even those incandescent bulbs of childhood had their safety and practical drawbacks. The large glass bulbs would shatter; […]