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Published on September 7th, 2012 | by Bonnie Getchell

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Top 5 Projects from the August Green Crafts Showcase!

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Top 5 Projects from the August Green Crafts Showcase!

Every month we have the privilege of featuring the top 5 crafts from our Green Crafts Showcase! Your projects continue to inspire me! Here are the top 5 projects from this month:

1. Upcycled Wine Cork Stamps by Bespangled Jewelry

Bespangled Jewelry took ordinary wine corks and transformed them into cute, custom stamps! They’re perfect for a repeating pattern or you can make a word like she did! Check out Bespangled Jewelry’s site to see how she made these adorable “love” stamps.

Next>> Plate Flowers by The Thrifty Rebel

Did you miss the deadline for last month’s Green Crafts Showcase? We’re already taking entries for this month’s! You can submit your projects on our Green Crafts Showcase page!

[Photo via Bespangled Jewelry, used with permission.]

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Hello! I'm Bonnie -- a craft nerd, musician, writer, furniture and vintage lover, crafter, and diyer! If you would like to learn more about me, I also have my own blog, Revolutionaries, where I write about more craft projects, furniture redos, and my faith! You can also find me on , Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.



  • GreenEve

    It’s cute, but how is it green? It uses a brand new tank top, fabric glue (read plastic) and fusible webbing (contains plastic, packaged in plastic). To me, green crafts should not be those that contribute to landfills but that keep things like plastic and other waste OUT of them.

    • http://glueandglitter.com/main Becky Striepe

      Thanks for your comment! I assume you mean the skirt? It doesn’t say in her tutorial that you use a new tank top, and you could certainly use one that’s in your closet or from the thrift store. She also makes the embellishments from scraps. I agree that fabric glue is not the greenest material, but we believe in embracing all types of reuse. If you are upcycling a tank top with fabric scraps, a little glue is a drop in the bucket, isn’t it? If you prefer, you can always sew the appliques on instead of gluing.

      I encourage you to enter your own green crafts projects in this month’s showcase. It sounds like you have some waste-free projects you could share!

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