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Cool, inexpensive artsy fartsy DIY ideas.

 
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I like making art/ crafts.
I think you can be creative on the cheap.

Here's a link to some ideas I found interesting.
http://www.homedit.com/15-best-and-easy-diy-wall-art-ideas/

In the winter I make Ice Lanterns for the yard.
http://www.ordinarylifemagic.com/2010/11/ice-lanterns.html

Stensils can be made and used over and over.... or not.
http://www.flickr.com/groups/banksy/

What ideas do you have for earth friendly art?
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About myself- I like to collect or receive nice rocks. I like wood so driftwood is 'art' to me. I have done pottery in the past but not so recently.
Christmas depresses me because of all the sh*t people buy and much of it is Made In China (unsustainably) and plastic!!!

I'm ethnically Norwegian so Xmas looks like this to me. A Christmas Goat made of straw, Christmas stars made of straw, paper hearts on the tree, candles and cookies hung on the tree. NO plastic!







 
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nice ice lanterns. vry prdy
 
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I enjoyed these, thank you for enlightening me.
 
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