DIY How to Make a Basket from Recycled Newspaper – Handmade Basket Made of Newspapers – tutorial

Saturday, December 5, 2015

DIY How to Make a Basket from Recycled Newspaper - Handmade Basket Made of Newspapers - tutorial

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Handmade newspaper basket – is wonderful stuff for everything! You can put candies into it, or your post (envelopes for example), or whatever you want. Recycled Newspapers should be used not for rubbish – just for the great things like this kind of craft. You can leave ready paper basket without coloring, but it looks awesome when it’s painted. For painting I use spray paint – paper does not absorb it. It is easy step by step tutorial – how to make a basket from recycled newspaper.

We are told every day that we should be recycling, but why? What happens to plastic bottles when they’re not recycled?

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  1. Sofia Alexandra Achejevova says:

    Where are you from?

  2. Sameer Iqbal says:

    this is very very nice video I like this video very much ???????

  3. Bhargav Kansara says:

    Really.. good Idea

  4. Eva Prifti says:

    You are so very good I?YOU

  5. Riddhi Sompura says:

    What colour have you it with?

  6. Faith Aira Quilates says:

    ohh that is so beutiful

  7. Marta Lauš says:


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  9. Savindi Karavita1993 says:

    excellent. ….

  10. Savindi Karavita1993 says:

    excellent. ….

  11. Savindi Karavita1993 says:

    excellent. ….

  12. Maja Staszczak says:

    whats her instagram

  13. rabia fathima says:

    wow idunn goddess gonna try one 🙂 ! thx 4 the big help i have wealth out of waste competition day-after-tomorrow i hope I'd get 1st prize can i know wat is ur name?

  14. Sama eldeeb says:

    your mind is very beautiful

  15. Faris Hussain says:

    wooow u r genius??

  16. Justin Bieber says:

    Thanks :)

  17. Ayana Runyan says:

    do u have to use the weight

  18. Creative Arts says:

    So easy……….?

  19. Dorothy Chai says:

    please give us some measurements I don't know how big the circle is suppose to be and how many newspaper sticks u need.

  20. DIY dakrela says:

    Nice recycling work :)

  21. PandaGirl24 says:

    Awesome!  I always recycle plastic bottles.  Check out my Green Girl episode on recycling on my channel PandaGirl24!

  22. Константин Кривонос says:

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  23. Kevin Stanislawski says:

    I am not anti-recycling, but I do have some beef about it. Recycling in America is like everything else, basically a scam. WE sort the trash, WE pay them to take it away, THEY recycle/reuse/profit, THEY burn garbage and turn it into power…WE pay for the power that WE paid them to make with the stuff WE paid them to pick up from us. Wtf?

  24. jjhot254 says:

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  25. Alex Daland says:

    In Norway, and a couple of other European countries, you have to pay 10cent extra on top of the price for beverage for the bottle. The store have to give you back 10cent if you return the bottle. Magic – the homeless and children pick up plastic bottles, and you payed them to do it. 98% or somehting in those lines get's returned

  26. Viktor Rebake says:

    This stuff is too boring so X PRIZE will never do this but they should do an X PRIZE to replace traditional non-degradable packaging. I know space and self-driving robots are sexy but degradable packaging, something economic and workable is possible. We just need to throw enough money at it. come on X PRIZE GREEN!

  27. Steffen says:

    I don't buy bottled water becaues our tap water is just fine and way cheaper. And even though it's true scandinavians (and others) recycle around 95%, it's still idiotic to transport water in polluting trucks. If you're not blessed with clean tap water you might have to buy bottles of cause, but then at least use a cash-back system.

  28. Psychedelic says:

    drink with your hands problem solved

  29. monkeycrab8 says:

    i drink out of glass 90% time.

  30. jjab99 says:

    Would it not be possible to recover these plastic bottles where they are dumped in a landfill site? It would provide a few jobs and the plastic is worth some money too/

  31. TheAhmedvienna says:

    I use plastic, but I recycle every single bottle properly.

  32. justin rivera says:

    The problem with recicaling is that my dad has to pay $100 a year to the recycling company to come collect it

  33. mba2ceo says:

    Simple Solution: $5 deposit per bottle and watch 95% of bottles saved for refund.

  34. coline123456789 says:

    Why did I not here a single time about NOT using bottles at all??

  35. Bannicus says:

    1. The price of bottled water is marked up thousands of percent.
    2. The water doesn't actually come from some beautiful clean spring, but the mains.
    3. The water often doesn't meet the same safety standards set for said mains.
    4. The bottle flavours the plastic disgustingly, and;
    5. The bottles release nasties into the water that may impact foetus, infant and male health,

    then if you think this shit is even worth buying in anything other than desperate situations, then the issue goes far beyond landfill; it suggests the majority of people are fucking idiots.

  36. sweatyeti says:

    "How often do I cart around old bottles until I find a place to recycle them?" I don't, because I DON'T BUY THEM IN THE FIRST PLACE.

  37. GBAConnecticut says:

    We save every bottle at home and my wife's company.Then my kids recycle them for the money.

  38. Fall Seven Times Stand Up Eight (1GOOD DEED) says:

    Now now this is a business opportunity

  39. THEmickTHEgun says:

    Here is South Australia we get 10c for each bottle we recycle. Glass, plastic and aluminium cans. So maybe once every 6 months we will take all our bottles to the recycling depo and make ourselves $100 or so.

  40. NorthObsidianG says:

    I tend to horde plastic bottles when on the go and forgets about it for a few weeks, then people would find it.. they're reaction are sometimes priceless :D

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