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Reduce Reuse Recycle

I’ve been going around the apartment (the Classically Evil space more so than others) and finding that I have a lot of stuff that I just don’t use and it’s taking up space.  Normally what I do is donate it all to charity.  When I was living up in Los Angeles I would donate it to Out of the Closet.  Unfortunately, I have moved and there are none, but there is a very convenient Goodwill truck that is pretty good.  I’m noticing that I have a lot of t-shirts that I don’t really wear anymore, a pair of jeans that is about to rip apart, beads, copper wire, all kinds of fabric, and a few bags filled with stuff that I just don’t know what it is.

So I have decided that instead of just donating to charity (not that it’s a bad thing, I am a huge donator), I thought that I would try to reuse as many of these items as possible and create new things with them.  Here are a few links that I’ve been checking out lately:

T-shirt projects: http://savedbylovecreations.com/2012/02/50-recycled-t-shirt-craft-projects.html
Copper Wire & Beads: http://www.ehow.com/search.html?rs=2&s=Jewelry+Wire&skin=corporate&t=all

Just a few ideas I was batting around.  I’ve got to see what other crazy things I have around here.  I’ll keep my weekend full, that’s for sure.  In the very near future I plan on putting up some of the pictures from what I’ve been reusing.  I’ll also be going through a step-by-step process for some of the cooler stuff.  If anyone has any great websites or cool ideas that they’ve been working on, I’d love to see it!  Cheers!

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