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Lee Gainer’s work is organic in it’s appearance, like a field of flowers, but created from many bits of man-made materials. Each took just over a month to build. Pieces contain a variety of recycled - upcycled - materials such as fabric, paper, felt, foil, caps, carpet, metal, plastic, styrafoam, dried paint, beads, padding and cardboard, that have been hand-rolled into circles and swirls. Beautiful way to turn ordinary everyday objects into art.

Plastic bottle top mural. Probably pinned this before but I still love it! Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/scrapstore/

Button pillow - definitely not meant for sleeping on, but cool nonetheless.

Cover a light bulb with a doily and spray paint it. The light will shine the pattern onto the walls.

simple! layer cheap plastic beads in ramekins or cake pans (no lining required), melt at 400 for 20 minutes. let cool & then just flip them out. you can drill a hole in it to make it a suncatcher.