I was about to take some pictures for my new category in my Etsy shop (can't wait to show, but not today) when I found this little fellow....I love pigs, most of all when they are alive...never on my plate, and never will I buy one in plastic, but he or she is here, and I will let her stay a little longer, even though I'm trying to reduce my use of plastic.
I'm trying to get rid of as much plastic as possible and produce as little waste as possible. I start in my kitchen. I store and freeze in recycled glass jars.
I'm so much looking forward to the opening of a store here in Copenhagen (at springtime) where I can buy oil and flour and other organic products bringing my own recycled containers.
This is just too crazy...so much waste....I can recycle paper, glass, metal and hard plastic...but not this....crazy. It would be so much better if I didn't have to buy it to get my flour and beans..
I'm happy to tell that "Amtorp - Danish Art & Craft", a newly opened art and craft shop in the center of Copenhagen (Hyskenstræde 12, 1207 København K) now carry a lot of my inner tube bags, purses and jewelry along with my small ear studs in plastic.
Marianne Amtorp is a glass artist, you can see her blow beautiful unique glass beads in the shop, along with handmade art and craft from many other artists.
I have been a crafter my entire life. Right now bookbinding, jewelery making, painting and sewing are my main interests.
I write in english - but - english is not my first language, and even though I do my very best and use spell control, I'm sure I'll make mistakes here and there, but I hope you will understand.