Thai Pomelo Sustainable Packaging: Only natural fibers. A wonderful idea for other fruits or vegetables to be bunched together in what comes from nature, rather than man-made plastic packaging.

Thai Pomelo Sustainable Packaging: Only natural fibers. A wonderful idea for other fruits or vegetables to be bunched together in what comes from nature, rather than man-made plastic packaging.

Asanoha Lamp | George Nakashima Beautiful. Sleek, sharp edges, gentle curves, square patterned shades, wood. Love these lamps!

Asanoha Lamp | George Nakashima Beautiful. Sleek, sharp edges, gentle curves, square patterned shades, wood. Love these lamps!

How to make homemade paper....REALLY neat! You can make your own swirl patterns, stripes, etc.!!

How to Make Handmade Paper

How to make homemade paper....REALLY neat! You can make your own swirl patterns, stripes, etc.!!

Homemade Paper is something that I'm going get into one of these days. Really. One of these days.

Homemade Paper

Homemade Paper is something that I'm going get into one of these days. Really. One of these days.

Draw with milk on paper, let dry for 30 minutes, and then iron to reveal!

Draw with milk on paper, let dry for 30 minutes, and then iron to reveal!

蔬菜粉

自製蔬菜粉 ~ 南瓜、紅蘿蔔、紫薯【天然色素】Homemade Vegetables Powder

蔬菜粉

Did you know you can save super big bucks with homemade alcohol inks? Genius!

Homemade Alcohol Inks

Did you know you can save super big bucks with homemade alcohol inks? Genius!

Lampadari vegetali

Lampadari vegetali

edible eco dishware designs

edible eco dishware designs

"Fashion designer, Suzanne Lee's method of growing clothing from a Kombucha tea recipe, which uses tea, sugar and microbes. The mix of bacteria, yeasts and other micro-organisms in the liquid begin to spin cellulose during the fermentation process. Once dry, these layers become either a thin paper-like material, or a flexible vegetable leather-like material. Cut and sew these pieces together in a conventional way, or when these layers are still wet mould them. It is not water-resistant"

"Fashion designer, Suzanne Lee's method of growing clothing from a Kombucha tea recipe, which uses tea, sugar and microbes. The mix of bacteria, yeasts and other micro-organisms in the liquid begin to spin cellulose during the fermentation process. Once dry, these layers become either a thin paper-like material, or a flexible vegetable leather-like material. Cut and sew these pieces together in a conventional way, or when these layers are still wet mould them. It is not water-resistant"

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