Here are some of my Earth Day contributions (besides helping to bring kids to live on this Earth). Which don't we all get that Earth Day moment when we are born, I'm just sayin'. Just don't tell the Earth day committee people that I said that though because they may accuse me of not being "Earth Friendly" by helping to over-populate the Earth. Well hopefully I'll make up for that with some of my other ventures.
How appropriate that I just picked up this vintage earth globe yesterday just for the occasion. Ok not really for the occasion but it will be perfect in my boys room.
Isn't it Earth Day worthy to mention the below recent thrift store purchases? I am recycling, right?
Nice vintage chair for hubbies office....so comfy.
Finally got my prized vintage artichoke print framed. With a little help from Dad (again) & my trusty thrift stores we pulled this job off for a fraction of what the cost would normally be. Seriously that frame is almost 4 ft. long.
This is how I use my dish soap. Don't asked me why it is so Earth friendly except I saw something similar on Martha Stewart's 25 eco-chic ideas for your home found here.
Finally my favorite way to celebrate Earth Day is to pick up some blooming branches. I love these and they make me happy to live on Earth!
If this is what Earth Day really was all about, then I love it & would be perfectly fine with hosting Earth Day everyday. Perhaps I'll do something bigger and much more serious next year for the big Earth celebration. Hey at least I've already switched out all of my light bulbs to the more efficient ones.
On a not so earthy side note, I finally started painting my laundry room. I can't wait until it's all done. Hopefully it will be real Priddy.
Ok and Martha, Martha, Martha if I really had my stuff together I would love to make your Earth Day craft you made on Monday.
Seriously look how cute this cardbox stove/oven is.
Have a great Earth Day!!