Plastic bag fabric

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Might as well turn lemon-colored plastic into lemonade dresses, right? Damn this slow internet connection. I made the mistake of paying for WiFi, and it sucked up the minutes, loading a couple of webpages every 3 minutes. Should have just converted those dollars into alcohol.

DIY: Plastic bag fabric:

Kathreen @ TreeHugger has a round up of plastic bag fabric projects, she writes -

Plastic shopping bags are a scourge on the environment. What to do with all those plastic bags that seem to be just hanging around everywhere. One idea that seems to be a hit amongst the DIY and creative arty crowd is to fuse various plastic bags together and make fabric out of them. The basic process is to iron the plastic bags, with a sheet of baking paper between iron and plastic, until two or more sheets fuse together. Sound easy - well in theory it is, but it takes a little practice to get the timing and heat just right...
DIY: Plastic Bag Fabric: Reclaiming Plastic Shopping Bags for Good (TreeHugger) - Link.

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Do plastic bubbles count? The Los Angeles Times listed winners of architecture prizes here in Los Angeles. One was a whole bunch of plastic bubbles, yes an installation between two homes. As one stepped on the bubbles, they deflated and dragged the person on.

It sounded scary to me. Do plastic bubbles count?

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