How to make a book planter. I made this book planter as a thank you gift for a friend of mine who happens to be a library director.
ReStore, an ingenious idea of Habitat for Humanity, is the go-to resource to find overstock, closeout and used building material items and home improvement supplies. It’s a new gem in Seacoast NH’s eco-friendly, green crown. The newly opened Restore in Newington, NH was orchestrated by the Southeast New Hampshire Habitat for Humanity.
There are three ways to create Moss Graffiti. You can grow a whole wall of it and then remove the area you don’t want making a reverse design, stencil it on and watch it grow into your design, or paste it on in a ready-made fashion.
Moss. Gardeners enjoy the softness it adds to shade gardens. Decorators use it to add a hint of green to indoor design, sometimes topping the soil on flower pots, or on the planters themselves. Artists are using moss in a new way, as outdoor green art or moss graffiti.
The true spirit of recycling (well, actually reuse), sustainability, and industrial synergy. I was finally able to change my Twitter profile from “…wanna be Etsy artist…” to official “Etsy artist” with the opening of my Esty Store, Java Jayne.
Consider choosing local green gifts. NH is brimming with great ‘green gifts’ ideas that could be the perfect gift for all your eco-friendly loved ones.
My niche? Green Marketing. Combining solid marketing initiatives with sustainable business practices. It’s genius. Both business and the environment gain benefits from this unlikely pairing. And me? I get to combine my professional skill set with my personal passion. Like I said. Genius.
America Recycles Day. November 15, 2010. Annual Day of Celebration Raises Awareness and Encourages Action to Increase Recycling Nationwide.
I took my post PodCamp NH enthusiasm in a completely non-technology direction. I went rogue with some creative (and green) t-shirt reconstruction projects. Yoga pants and laptop sleeve.
What is good for the environment just might not be so good for you. A June 2010 study entitled “Assessment for the Cross Contamination of Food Products by Reusable Shopping Bags” concluded that a potential significant risk exists.