Just discovered the nifty site Replayground, the trash biz of designer Tiffany Threadgould who packages instructions and base materials for DIY upcycling kits as gifts for kids and families. She also leads corporate events and community workshops on upcycling. As regular readers are probably aware, I am quite skeptical of trash for sale. What I like about this venture though is the DIY section of the website. Free ideas! And some good ones at that. Also, redefining corporate skills and teambuilding events as an opportunity to discuss waste is ingenius.

Check out the Replayground blog for more free project ideas, some shared through adorable videos like this one.

Thanks for the tip, Aaron!

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2 Responses to “Replayland”

  1. Ruby Re-Usable Says:

    the website is interesting, but WOW what an irritating video, starting with the little girl throwing the record on the floor like it is garbage (at least there should be a mention of SAVING the LP to use in another project!). anyways, thanks for sharing your trashy finds.

  2. Leila Darabi Says:

    I’d like to think the record was reused later, but good point. I like the idea of using a little girl because it demonstrates how EASY it is to reuse stuff. But yeah, the message should be to use EVERYTHING.

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