#1 My tour guide’s tool for picking up littered bottles along the trail.

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#2 This guys fence is made from random doors.

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#3 Confetti made from fallen leaves! Loved this zero-waste decoration idea

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#4 My mom’s husband is a pilot so he wraps all his gifts in old flight maps

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#5 We detrashed a lake in Texas! 4,000 pounds of beer bottles and beer cans. With about 30 scuba divers and 4 boats. Did it in about 4 hours.

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#6 Taking a stand

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#7 I hadn’t used my reusable bags because I’m pretty socially anxious and was worried about the cashier being frustrated/ it being a big deal. But used this for the first time today!

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#8 No more plastic bottles in the shower!

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#9 My mom is slowly knitting a scarf made completely from tea bag strings.

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#10 My pantry after harvest season is finally over

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#11 Turning Christmas Cards Into Tags For Next Year

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#12 Didn’t want to waste the failed films so I turned them into little paintings

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#13 Stuffed Whales made from old jeans

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#14 Make a baby dress out of an old button up shirt!

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#15 Had a friend complain about straw bans saying that they’re not even a real litter/marine debris issue. So I did a quick 10 minute sweep of 300ft of shoreline to prove them wrong.

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#16 I saw a previous post which used old maps as wrapping paper, so here is my old music used as wrapping paper!

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#17 Got my first sewing machine for Christmas, made “unpaper” towels to reduce our paper towel waste. They clasp together so it is easy to know which are clean.

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#18 Small wins: convincing the Ice Cream shop to let me have it in my reusable cup instead of a disposable cup. The guy looked so confused when I asked!

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#19 Needed an organizer so I made one out of cardboard instead of purchasing one.

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#20 A customer from work made a reusable bag from hundreds of plastic ones.

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