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Q: Eco-Friendly Christmas Ideas

glwrks
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Doing a little computer un-cluttering and thought some of you may enjoy the ideas or be inspired to recycle...
 
Happy Holidays!
http://www.dirjournal.com/shopping-journal/eco-friendly-christmas-on-a-budget/
glwrks posted Dec 13, 2012
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glwrks
Sorry the link didn't stay. You should be able to Copy & Paste this: http://www.dirjournal.com/shopping-journal/eco-friendly-christmas-on-a-budget/
glwrks (rep: 120k) posted Dec 13, 2012
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Acidbaby
I dont think that would go over too well with my wife or the dog.
Acidbaby (rep: 6.83k) posted Dec 13, 2012
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arsiel
Lol! This looks nice but it also looks like it'd take WAY too long to set up. And oh my goodness, could you imagine if it got knocked over!?
arsiel (rep: 13k) posted Dec 13, 2012
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EzzyLovesToSave
Amazing!...Hey, glwrks!...let me know how that works out when your grandson is 2!:)
EzzyLovesToSave (rep: 313k) posted Dec 13, 2012
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EzzyLovesToSave
Slow day at work, huh?:)~
EzzyLovesToSave (rep: 313k) posted Dec 13, 2012
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glwrks
Hey Ezzy, I tried to show you a different link (the snowman made from plastic cups) but I can't get it to post. It's the 4th project down. I found it other places too, the cups are stapled together to make the snow man's head & body...smaller cups wind up making the smaller diameter ball for the head.
glwrks (rep: 120k) posted Dec 13, 2012
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dealaboo
This is a real joy of Christmas by not spending the money but giving some time to the Christmas. We always go for the easyest way.
dealaboo (rep: 46) posted Dec 16, 2012
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cartdeal
Really a nice hardwork done.
cartdeal (rep: 7) posted Dec 17, 2012
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