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Recycled Record Earrings

by Jamie Sanford on August 20, 2010

Last day of this week’s theme. What should be the theme for next week? It really helps me to write posts when I have some guidelines and can’t just pick anything available anywhere on the Internet.

These are very cute and 80s retro.

Turn the volume up on your wardrobe with sassy, funky and fun earrings made from recycled records. Whether you grew up on 45s or mix tapes, hanging out at concerts or jamming in your bedroom, music lovers everywhere will agree that these unique earrings hit all the right notes.

These are cute for a night out. I think I might need those cassette tapes.

A single pair of these are available for a little over 50% off, $11.99 from Uncommon Goods.

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Recycled Keyboard Pencil Cup

by Jamie Sanford on May 18, 2010

I do enjoy items made of recycled materials.  In college, I took a faulty keyboard and painted it before hanging it on the wall.  It was hideous, but my intention was clear.

Today I’m featuring a cute desk item, a pen/pencil cup made from recycled keyboard keys.


The cup is available in round or square options, and is $11.99.

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Recycled CircuitBoard Business Card Case

by Jamie Sanford on February 16, 2010

Today we have a fun gift for any techie who carries business cards.  These are made from recycled circuit boards, so each one is unique and gives a bit back to the environment.

These cases are available on Amazon.com for $26.95.

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