Our local Metro newspaper reported that Swedes eat 6,000 tons of candy during Easter. With my very non-scientific figures that's equal to the full take-off weight of 12 Boeing 747s including passengers and cargo, or 3,600 Volvo S60s, or nearly 33 million bananas. My conclusion? That's a lot of candy!
We may not be able to recycle candy, but how about adding a recycled little bunny to your decor this year!
ever wonder what to do with that lint from your dryer? How about 'dust bunnies'? - via Suzanne Proulx
fill a group of recycled bottles with paint and add lilies for Easter - via Organize & Decorate Everything
getting rid of any winter sweaters as you spring clean this year? Pull the yarn for these cute little recycled yarn eggs for Easter - via The Long Thread
make burlap bunny shoe fresheners with recycled coffee sacks, complete with tutorial - via Craft Passion
I gotta try one of these recycled winter scarf bunnies for Easter! Includes project download - via Lark Crafts
this little recycled cashmere sweater funny bunny's ears come off with his hat - via Chez Beeper Bebe
did you know that the Easter Bunny leaves extra candy in recycled box baskets? - via Crafting a Green World
wow...that's one big recycled components egg for Easter! - via Wonderlane on Flickr
and once Easter is over and you come down from your sugar high, think about how to recycle some of those Easter egg foils like Timothy Horn did for color on this glass slipper that sits in the National Gallery of Australia
Okay...ready to hop in and create?
Until next time...
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