Walking around in our city, we’re already used to see some garbage on the ground, e.g. cigarette butts, lost packages of paper tissues and discarded bags from some fast food meals. But recently, there’s a new addition: single-use face masks.
Hola! Gracias por visitar y por tu interés de cuidar al planeta empezando con pequeños pasos cómo reducir tu basura y reutilizar materiales del diario.
En ésta publicación te mostraremos paso a paso algunas ideas para reutilizar las bolsas de papitas (tuyas o de tus hijos). Si quieres ver más ideas para reutilizar otros materiales, dale click aquí y explora nuestra sección de Reuso para inspirarte con muchas imágenes, ideas y tutoriales. Ponemos unos ejemplos al final de éste compendio de ideas 😉
We can all agree that many of us have a few empty boxes laying around. While you can recycle your boxes at your nearest recycling facility, or use them to organize your home or workspace, you can also use leftover boxes in creative, fun ways with your kids.
Below, you’ll find three fun and easy projects with step-by-step instructions. You likely have most of the craft supplies already, and your kids can customize each project depending on which materials you have on hand. Read on to turn your cardboard boxes into functional art.
If you’re interested in testing out your green thumb, but don’t have the space to do so, a DIY terrarium is just what you need. These mini tabletop gardens are fun to create and are a great way to perk up your indoor space.
In addition to being enjoyable and decorative, terrariums are also easy to care for and simply beautiful. It’s a DIY win-win. Whether you’re looking for a decor element to bring the outdoors in or a unique gift idea, consider making a DIY terrarium.
Updated: June 2018
“For all the old items, which are no longer in use, throwing away is never a wise way. There are lots of ideas for reusing old belts into useful, stylish, handmade goods or interesting home decorations, rather than throwing them away.”