Creation of nature is a natural process. There is nothing that man can do to bring it back once its lost. Hence, saving the environment is our only option, in order to save our future.
Recycling need not involve picking out recyclable materials from the garbage. In fact it begins before we make the trash.
Accessorize your bathroom with denim rugs. Cut out the desired shape and sew lace around its boundary. This will give a rugged yet feminine look. That's not the only use of denims.
Diary covers are an excellent idea to bring out a very nostalgic look to your creation. Other than this, denims can be transformed into purses, window valances, toilet bowl lid covers and a variety of items.
Recycling Household Items
Household good like lamps, decorative items, old tins, and containers and tons of paper make their way into the dustbin. Before you throw them out, think out of the box.
Many times we find ourselves looking for scrap materials to get a science fair project or a hobby idea done. Here is your chance! You can turn oil lamps into designer candle holders. Tie bows around or paint them with colorful themes.
Redundant pots, pans, and serving spoons can be reused as wall clocks. If this isn't appealing, then donate them to camps which will use them or at least where the metal will be recycled.
Recycling not only helps nature, but also saves money as you don't have to go and buy things every time, when you can rather make them at home.
A famous quote by Paulo Coelho goes: "..There is a time to rend and a time to sew...", the time has come for the Earth to be sewed, for her wounds to heal. A stitch in time saves nine, and if we don't stitch now, we are sure to hit the road to perdition.