Hate Junk mail? A new way to look at it
My friend Jane and I were at a sidewalk art show when we came across a booth that was filled with pots and bowls in all shapes and sizes, everything made of a material that looked like some kind of colorful stone. Then the woman told us what we were looking at.
Junk mail. This woman came up with a process where she boils and shapes junk mail into items that are each completely unique and useful. PLus surprisingly attractive and surprisingly lightweight.
Jane loves anything that has even a touch of purple— and she loves plants. But when she brought the planter home, she realized she has no place to put it. So she offered it to me.
I love things made of recycled goods. But I have a notorious black thumb—and Jane has seen the evidence. So she suggested I cluttercast it. And I thought today is the perfect time—- closing a week focused on saving the earth.
(planter made by “Boiled Junk Mail Into Beauty”, 8 1/2 inches high, 7 inches across)
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