GreenCraft Magazine Spring 2016

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Transform your trash into treasures with the latest GreenCraft Magazine, like the multiple ways to use coffee sleeves as presented by Frances Peets. For gadget-lovers and techies alike, make computer key jewelry inspired by Sandy Hadland’s project. Also featured in the issue, Cindy Fortin revamps a shift dress with a stunning weaving technique using old T-shirts, Dorothy North creates picture frames from corrugated cardboard that look store-bought, and Laura Kruger’s home good items made from tins and other old junk are sure to transform non-greencrafters into believers! Plus, don’t miss Brooke Bock’s technique for making bracelets from gourds and Ella Wilson’s planters made from garden gloves that are sweet, fun and functional.


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Transform your trash into treasures with the latest GreenCraft Magazine, like the multiple ways to use coffee sleeves as presented by Frances Peets. For gadget-lovers and techies alike, make computer key jewelry inspired by Sandy Hadland’s project. Also featured in the issue, Cindy Fortin revamps a shift dress with a stunning weaving technique using old T-shirts, Dorothy North creates picture frames from corrugated cardboard that look store-bought, and Laura Kruger’s home good items made from tins and other old junk are sure to transform non-greencrafters into believers! Plus, don’t miss Brooke Bock’s technique for making bracelets from gourds and Ella Wilson’s planters made from garden gloves that are sweet, fun and functional.


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