Weekly Green Roundup

Published 03/14/2012 

Weekly Green Roundup


By Jada Brazell     

It’s a sign. Literally. Stephen Hartzler’s jewelry and art are frequently made of recycled street signs donated to him by sources all over the world.

Jan. 20, 2012   


By Rita Cook    

 By Rita Cook      
  
When it comes to a kid’s imagination there’s nothing like a playhouse to get the creative juices flowing.  But not just any playhouse in this case, instead a playhouse using recycled paper and cardboard, which London transplant and now 14-year Dallas resident Katie Fagelman says she actually came up with on a whim.

Mosaic Artist Connie Chantilis

By Rita Cook    

McKinney’s Greenest Spa

By Rita Cook     

By Rita Cook

For 35-year-old Dallas recycle artist Angela Mosera the art she creates from antique broken watches and a medley of other recycled items is her way to give back.  Retooling the watch pieces into necklaces, earrings and even cuff-links, she also makes wine charm sets out of scrabble pieces and purses out of old wooden boxes.

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