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1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse: Remake,…

1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse: Remake, Restyle, Recycle, Renew (1000…

by Garth Johnson

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Really fun inspiration. Only drawback: the name of the "man-craft and geek-craft" section. Lame. ( )
  beckydj | Jun 2, 2013 |
This is NOT a "how-to" book but it will give you 1000 ideas on ways to recycle and reuse everything from typewriters to Barbies. ( )
  ScotDeerie | Dec 10, 2012 |
An inspiring compilation of junk turned into pretty or usable items. Most of these can be found on the Internet and the author includes a list of Web sites. Degree of difficulty generally seems to be from hard to impossible but idea might be adapted for library programs, for example. ( )
  wortklauberlein | Feb 26, 2011 |
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1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse contains a cutting edge collection the most inventive work being made with re-used, upcycled, and already existing materials. Artists and crafters have always been recyclers, but for many, it has not only become a thrifty choice, it has become a moral imperative. The work in this book ranges from clever and humble personal accessories to unique and important large-scale works of art, including paper art, fashion, jewelry, housewares, interiors, and installations.--publisher.… (more)

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