Review of Green Craft magazine

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recycle2I had a wonderful treat in the post the other week – a big juicy copy of the first edition of “green craft” magazine.

Published by Stampington and Company, this magazine is all about making chic, stylish crafts from ‘waste’ items.

From coffee filters to cereal boxes, you’ll find inspiring articles on how to repurpose everyday household items into artistic creations.

It’s not junk modelling, this is creativity for grown ups who care about the environment.

Some of the ideas are beautiful such as their quilts and paper weights while other suggestions are more practical such as turning old tin cans into storage containers and making reusable shopping bags from every material imaginable!

The pages of the magazine are thick and ooze quality, yet they are printed on 100% recycled paper. The photos are stunning and it will definitely leave you feeling inspired to flex your inner artist.

I wish this magazine every success! Order your copy online; Green Craft is available across the world so you can join in the green revolution too!


  1. Goo on October 22, 2009 at 10:17 am

    This sounds great. Repurposing things creatively is really something I’d like to be doing more of, I’ll look this magazine up it might give me the push, shove and inspiration I need.

  2. Mrs Green on October 23, 2009 at 6:26 pm

    @Goo: Hi Goo, it is lovely; I hope you get to see a copy and enjoy your creations!

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