Jitka Snížková

Jitka Snížková

Jitka Snížková
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dollhouse furniture

dollhouse furniture

Free Printable Flat Screen Television - Use Cardstock

Free Printable Flat Screen Television - Use Cardstock

How to make plastic bagbag-1

How to make plastic bagbag-1

How to make plastic bagbag-1

How to make plastic bagbag-1

Crochet granny square bag from plastic bags

Crochet granny square bag from plastic bags

This jacket is made entirely from plastic grocery bags and plastic bottle caps as buttons. Funny thing is, I totally like it. Some of the other designs though, no thanks.

This jacket is made entirely from plastic grocery bags and plastic bottle caps as buttons. Funny thing is, I totally like it. Some of the other designs though, no thanks.

Plastic bags used as yarn to make rugs, baskets

Plastic bags used as yarn to make rugs, baskets

A #plarn sleeping mat is lightweight, durable, soft, warm, bug resistant and easily cleaned.  It consists of approx 500-700 repurposed plastic grocery bags which reduces environmental impact. #CreativeCaringCommunity project, Brisbane Australia.

A #plarn sleeping mat is lightweight, durable, soft, warm, bug resistant and easily cleaned. It consists of approx 500-700 repurposed plastic grocery bags which reduces environmental impact. #CreativeCaringCommunity project, Brisbane Australia.

18 Practical DIY Projects For Dog Lovers, #11 Is Perfect For Your Car. - http://www.lifebuzz.com/dog-diy/

18 Practical DIY Projects For Dog Lovers, #11 Is Perfect For Your Car. - http://www.lifebuzz.com/dog-diy/

Before you throw away that plastic grocery bag, consider this: It could be helping the homeless get a better night’s sleep.  The volunteers at Faith Westwood United Methodist Church in Omaha, Neb., understand that little fact about the humble plastic bag. Every week, the group turns thousands of them into sleeping mats for the homeless. Why? In winter, homeless shelters in the area are often filled to capacity, leaving people no option but to sleep on the floor. And that’s where the mats…

Before you throw away that plastic grocery bag, consider this: It could be helping the homeless get a better night’s sleep. The volunteers at Faith Westwood United Methodist Church in Omaha, Neb., understand that little fact about the humble plastic bag. Every week, the group turns thousands of them into sleeping mats for the homeless. Why? In winter, homeless shelters in the area are often filled to capacity, leaving people no option but to sleep on the floor. And that’s where the mats…