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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Wordless Wednesday- Recycling...

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Ever wonder how to recycle food boxes? Well, My friend has a great idea. Let's learn a thing or two....

What to do with Frozen food boxes...
Wrap and give as a present....

But wait what was in it....


Oh did she say Hair dye time...
16 and gray hair?


Fooled ya!!! it's Nail Art....



How about that Pasta box from Italy...

Now, she is of Driving Age..
A new car- Imported.... Just her size!

So now let's save those boxes for an exciting gift time, the next time you need to wrap something.
The next time you here" do you need a box with that?" repeat after me..." No thanks I have plenty of food boxes".

32 comments:

  1. I do that too! (Usually only at Christmas - but it's great to hide what the item really is.)

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  2. I love doing that - especially if what's inside is polar opposite of what the box is... And I love the matchbox car for her 16th birthday, that's always a funny gift! ;)

    WW: The Games We Play

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  3. That has got to be the funniest and yet most creative way thing I've seen! Very green! :-)

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  4. The matchbox car is the safest kind to give a sixteen year old.

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  5. That's fantastic!! My daughter got a Matchbox car when she turned 16! Thanks for visiting Woven by Words!!

    ~Mimi

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  6. You know, I have never thought of using food boxes for wrapping.. but what a great idea!

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  7. Nothing wrong with a little recycling and creative wrapping. Haha. Thanks for droppin by on this WW!

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  8. very resourceful! that is what we usually do during christmas ;)

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  9. lol, It's always fun to wrap those gifts in unusual boxes, it keeps them guessing! Happy WW!

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  10. What a fun pictures! :D Love it! Thanks for stopping by mine today!

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  11. What a resourceful way to use empty boxes! Thanks for stopping by and linking up. Happy Wordless Wednesday!

    Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud
    @TweetingMama

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  12. That's great! I often think I need to do that w/ cereal boxes. My frozen food boxes take too much of a beating! ;) Great idea and Happy Birthday!

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  13. Totally fun! What a darling birthday girl! Hope she had fun.

    Thanks for the Linky today!

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  14. My mother does the exact same thing...too funny!

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  15. Fun way to camouflage the real gift! :)

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  16. rotfl! I have done that too! and also nested boxes inside each other so they have to keep opening, extra fun when the tiny gift is something special :) She looks to enjoyed her birthday! I gave my hubby a matchbox as his new car too!Faythe @GMT have a great WW!

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  17. That's a great idea...we are always throwing those boxes away. What a great way to recycle them.

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  18. I love her expressions! And that's a great idea.

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  19. What a great idea!!!!!! Love it.

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  20. My Nana used to do the same, except she would use boxes for expensive perfume and fill it with ... things that were not expensive perfume! LOL

    Happy WW! Thanks for stopping by!

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  21. What a great idea for recycling. It will happen more when people make it interesting rather than just another chore.

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  22. Very fun idea!! I love that she got an imported car for her birthday. My parents did the same thing for my 16th with a toy car.

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  23. that's a cool idea and i love her facial expressions too.

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  24. That's a great idea! Very cute seqence!

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  25. Clever idea. Love the big green bow on her head!!!

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  26. We like to play games on the gift recipient too. It never fails to provide laughs for all of us! It looks like she enjoyed it all! :)

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  27. We do the same sorta thing! It's fun and well, it's just fun. lol. Cute pics! Happy Birthday to her!

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  28. Cute post! My mom uses food boxes to mail packages to my kids.

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  29. LOVE the car in just the right size! :o) I will have to try that on my kids and see if it works!! :o) Thanks for linking up!

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  30. I do a lot of recycling but I never thought of using food boxes. Great idea!

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