Christmas Decor

     
Christmas decor made of used prepaid cards and empty jelly caps.

An artwork credit goes to Cammile Legaspi, Cherry Escoba, Salazar Zilla, Basooc and Jonathan Marasigan

Craft Materials:
(Recycled)
Used prepaid cards
Empty jelly caps
Yarn or ribbons
Glitters
Glue

Recycling is the re-use, retrieval, recommission of element/matter for any and all-purpose necessary to healthful and productive living. The process by which waste materials are transformed into new products in such a manner that the original products may lose their identity.



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6 comments:

Meshlei Severino said...

for me, recycling is the best way to avoid pollution...
it could either be pollution coming from land, water, or air..
through recycling, we could make use of old materials that we may think to be no longer useful.. but if we apply art on it, it could lead to a better and useful product..

Mya said...

Applause to all who thought of this idea and who made these ornaments. These are great, and the kids are learning more than one lesson.

chubskulit said...

Very creative!

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eve b. cellan said...

I-JADE is very creative and it's so amazing and then it's so nice perfect!!!

zilla may salazar said...

every one of us has our own creativity and through re-cycling we can show our creativity..

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