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Weddings + Showers: 18 Eco-Friendly DIY Wedding Bouquets and Flowers

January 7th, 2014 | by Julie Finn

Worried about the ethics of the floral trade? Struggling to find organically-grown, fair trade cut flowers? You may want to skip the politics altogether, and simply make your own bouquet and other floral pieces for your wedding. You'll invest more time in the process, definitely, but you'll definitely save money, and your wedding will be all the greener for it

How-to: Kid-Made Recycled Cardboard Pendants

January 8th, 2013 | by Julie Finn

Kids love to make their own jewelry, and these pendants, crafted from upcycled cardboard, are especially fun to create and wear. The pendants cost no money, slip easily inside a letter to a pen pal, and, if the kid gets tired of wearing them, can be tossed right back into the recycling bin

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