reduce, reuse, repurpose—and a giveaway!

It’s 2012, and if you haven’t heard of green crafting before, well, you’re about to.

Even if the environment might not be at the front of your thoughts, the state of the economy has most likely caused you to rethink your crafting schemes. You might look around and wonder What can I recycle? What can I use over again?

Lucky for you, being economical can also equate with being Earth-friendly. When you craft green, you recycle, reuse, and repurpose. Green crafting is creating something beautiful, while leaving behind the smallest footprint.

Our friends at Diamond Tech are really into crafting green, and they have some great products that can help make Earth-friendly and fun be best friends. In preparation of Earth Day next month, Diamond Tech is generously sponsoring a giveaway of one of their Bottle Art Kits each Friday leading up to Earth Day weekend. That’s right—you have FOUR chances to win!

So let’s get into it, shall we? Today you have a chance to win:

The 3-In-1 Planter Keeper Bottle Art Kit

Getting ready to toss used bottles into the trash? Think again!

With the garden season underway, you may create the ideal environment for growing and watering any type of plant with the 3-in-1 Plant Keeper. Use this kit in conjunction with the G2 Bottle cutter, to create this garden helper from recycled bottles.

The Diamond Tech Kit Includes: 50 Assorted size and colored glass gems, 15 pc 3/4” Green stained glass squares, E-6000® adhesive and Instructions.

Diamond Tech is on Facebook, too, sharing additional green crafting ideas, mosaics, and more glass inspiration! Click here to “like” their page, and follow the fun. Then, leave us a comment saying “pick me!” to enter for a chance to win today’s kit.

Diamond Tech products are available from your favorite craft retailer or wholesaler throughout the United States.
Their Store Finder will help you find a craft retailer near you.

This recycled bottle planter project by Diamond Tech was featured in
Create & Decorate, August 2011


19 thoughts on “reduce, reuse, repurpose—and a giveaway!

  1. As an avid UP CYCLER! I would love to win this!!!! (Could Share this as a teaching tool, with the Neighborhood kids!!) “Pick me”

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