Recycling with Christina

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Usually this time of year I am busy making craft projects using materials in my recycle stash.

But this year I haven't even had time to venture near that stash! So I am going to devote this post to introducing you to my friend Christina who creates almost everything she makes using recycled materials.

Christina is one of my "Recycle Heros". Certainly she is an inspiration for looking at everyday materials and trash in new ways.

No More Complaining! It Be a Garden Here.

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Grab a cup of coffee or tea and come join me for an early morning walk in my garden.

Snowy white poppies just opened this morning!

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Silver Dollar and Bleeding Heart are at peak bloom.

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Breakfast berries coming soon! My sweetie's pickin' fingers are twitching already!

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The seedling children seem happy in the tomato beds.

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My beloved Shooting Star welcomes a new day.

Thank you for visiting and letting me share springtime in my garden.

Futuregirl Love

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This is why Alice needs a Saori mug rug for her desk at work!

She made this beautiful pot holder for me for Mother's Day! I still can't believe, as busy as she is, that she took the time to do this.

I love it. Love the colors. Love the big surprise. Love Alice!

Tutorial For Portable Saori Vacation Weaving

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A quick re-cap about weaving in Saori Style and then the how-to!

And to repeat what I said in the last post, I am not really inventing anything new here.  Just putting things together in new ways.

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Portable Saori Weaving For Kids and Moms On The Go

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Anyone who has been reading my blog for a while knows that I love weaving in Saori style.

For one thing, it just seems to me that Saori weaving is a natural for those of us sharing this community - because we love being individuals and expressing who we are - especially if it can be done using recycled materials.

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