7.6.12

Recycling Inspiration from Khadija

Dear Friends I am so thrilled to present to you the super-talented Khadija who is my Guest in the Recycling Inspiration Series
Plastic Spoon Craft
Hello Dear readers of sweet Dr.Sonia,
I am feeling nice to write this guest post at her beautiful blog.First I would like to mention that I rarely write guest posts,so I am not so good in writing these.I hope you will not mind my blunders here:)
Now Lets see Who I am !I am Khadija from Creative Mind.I am a university student & Love to create things in my free time.I am doing this just to relax myself during tough study routine,if I will be just studying,I will feel hectic :) hehe..creativity is a kind of fun & blessing..isn't it..? I have also done my textile & fashion designing after Graduation & there I learn a lot about Arts & Crafts.
I like teaching others in an interesting way,in fact I have this Tact to brief others in any easy way.. that's why I am in the field of Education.(doing EPM) I am trying to teach my craft ideas with others via blogging. I am sure It will be helpful for me in future, If will start teaching :)
I love Recycling, isn't it great to reduce & recycle in a cool way just for saving our beautiful Earth?I have upcycled so many rough/extra things.Here are a few things I hope you would like to see
Hand Painted bottles


Bottle Recycling
Decoupaged Plate 

Decoupaged Plate
Cracked Mug Recycling

Broken cup recycling
Styrofoam Box reuse
Styrofoam crafts
Sweets Box Upcycling
Eggs shell Flower

Egg shell crafts
Glass Bottles reuse
Glass Bottle recycling
I love sharing my fun Paper Crafts Tutorials,You can also Enjoy some cool recycling of Paper Tubes & rough material like this
Many people are in love with my hand Embroidery tutorials& skills.I love doing this in my free time but these days its a bit hard to catch some free time from my study-full routine,as exams are coming next month :(

I like sharing my random Henna Designs with several styles, Henna/mehndi on hands is usual,but I enjoy doing this at different things.My henna designed Paper Lanterns are popular. 
Paper Lantern
 I am a fan of Mod PodgeAmy sent me different formulas,so I tried these & now enjoying making things with mod podge which is not available  in Pakistan 

Today I am going to share one of my unique recycling idea.
Plastic Spoon Craft
If you are a mother or auntie of those kids who are taking formula milk powder, I bet you can try this idea smartly..Hey..don't feel weird at my this sentence..Actually for this Mirror design you will need to have many plastic spoons :) which are usually available free in every milk powder tin.  
Spoon Craft
My sister's two kids are taking formula milk,she usually throw these spoons from tin but when I saw her doing this, I ask her if she will save these for me & she agree :) 
She sent me these & I make this Mirror a day before her visit at our house..& she like this wall art :)
See detailed Tutorial of Sunbrst Mirror making 
I hope you enjoyed my guest post & especially the Recycling ideas..recycling is necessary for living a healthy life.Be sure to do this on & off..
I always like Sonia's awesome recycling ideas,She is a genius :) Keep sharing your great ideas my friend!
I would like to share a sneak peek of my upcoming recycling first of all at Sonia's Page..
Recycling craft
I hope you will visit me for this Recycled Cuff,actually from kids crafts but not bad for adults too..Can you guess which material is going to recycle here ??I am sure you will guess & if you are curious about it, feel free to visit my blog in coming days for its detailed tutorial :)
Thanks Sonia for inviting me here for the guest post.I am excited to know your readers response about my ideas :)

Isnt Khadija just awesome ...she always shares a tutorial for her crafts and her projects convert simple everyday objects into works of art.Do drop by her blog Khadija's Creative Mind

40 comments:

  1. Wonderful creations. That's creativity in using the spoons. Seems like a life time ago when my daughter drank milk formula and I did not keep the spoons. Especially like the painted bottles.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. Love your crafts! Congratulations on being a guest at Dr.Sonia's blog! You're creations are amazing!

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  3. wow that is awesome idea dear...well done!

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  4. Like it!You always come with surprising ideas! Every creation has that something that make people say:why didn't I thought of it before? Like the plates too!

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  5. What a clever idea.
    Myrna

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  6. Sorry I meant to comment on the rest of the projects but my fingers moved to the publish button too fast. They are all wonderfully creative and I love the colors on them all.
    Myrna

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  7. I can see from this tutorial that I need to be thinking how I can reuse everything - absolutely everything. Thank you for sharing another great creative mind with us Dr. Sonia. NancyD

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  8. that you have done wonderful Greetings Baukje

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  9. wonderful recycling ,love your effort.i also love recycling or recreating projects .you can find some of my recycled stuff on my blog.plz check this link.
    megha
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/search/label/its%20all%20by%20paper........NEWS%20PAPER
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/search/label/MY%20FIRST%20CD%20ALBUM
    http://meghanuj01.blogspot.in/search/label/RENEWED%20WATCH

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  10. Superb creations...loved the spoon use. Khadija you got a very creative mind.

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  11. Vey creative use of simple object!!love it.

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  12. Dr. Sonia, I think you and Khadiji must be related...both so talented at recycling. Beautiful items shared and I especially love the plate.

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  13. amazing crafts by khadeeja...your blog is also as wonderful as hers...i appreciate both..

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  14. This is so much Fun I just love this series you are doing of guests doing recycle projects how fun is this - gives me lots of inspiration . Thanks you so much big HUGS,
    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com

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  15. I love all these projects . This mirror is amazing and I love your henna drawing!!! Have a nice weekend
    Hugs Trish

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  16. Yes, Khadija is talented...I regularly read her blog..

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  17. Wonderful recycling ideas Khadija..Loz

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  18. That's such a clever idea to use spoons. I also like those painted bottles.Nice work.

    Jyoti:)

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  19. Love the spoon craft..It's mind-blowing..

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  20. Thank you Sonia for representing Khadija. Thank you Khadija for showing your work!
    They are lovely!

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  21. Thanks everyone for admiring my recycling ideas & creations..Dr Sonia is also having cool inspirational ideas..so we are Happy Together Online :)
    keep enjoying our efforts..
    Lots of Love ~

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  22. Such a super, super clever idea! Wow, I would have never thought to re-use the spoons in such a fantastic way. All the projects are just awesome. Thanks for sharing! Your blog writing is great!!

    Laurie
    serenityscrappers

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  23. Wow Khadija... Lovely recycling.. I loved the hand painted bottles and your henna paintings are simply superb... Sure Sonia does wonderful recycling just as you.. Keep sharing!!!

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  24. Great idea!
    I loved it!

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  25. Very innovative recycling ideas by khadija..i like them all !!

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  26. very creative....i love all the work done ,thanks for sharing

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  27. Lovely to meet you and see all your wonderful work. That mirror with the spoons is so very eyecatching.

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  28. Wow, these are all so creative and inspiring!! Great job, Khadija!! :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  29. Wonderful post and great projects. Love the plastic spoon mirror. Very creative.

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  30. Love all the recycling and the mirror is my favourite.

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  31. these are all such amazing projects. i really love the paper lanterns!
    -Rachel w k
    rwkrafts.blogspot.com

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  32. Wow! Looks amazing! :) Tks for sharing the work of such amazingly talented people with us Doc!

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  33. Wow, what amazing creativity!

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  34. Как интересно получилось! Спасибо за идею!!!

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  35. Thanks all & a special thanks to sweet Sonia for featuring my work here..!
    All the best..

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    1. It was my honour to feature you here Khadija!!

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  36. Khadija is a great guest! I loved seeing her ideas and the spoon mirror is genius! We don't get those little spoons anymore since our little one isn't on formula now but I am going to hunt some friends who still use it. It looks like something you would buy from IKEA :)

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  37. hi ,
    wow what a great idea... sure i wish to give a try... as i got a 2yr 5months old kid, got so many milk n cerlac spoons i saved last year... but i hae no idea what to do... this is a great inspiration for me thankyou very much

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  38. hi ,
    wow what a great idea... sure i wish to give a try... as i got a 2yr 5months old kid, got so many milk n cerlac spoons i saved last year... but i hae no idea what to do... this is a great inspiration for me thankyou very much

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  39. This is really inspirational!! And that is exactly what I did.. totally inspired by your blog.. Do check the link below to see what I made..

    http://shruti.anup.org/?p=1368

    Your blog rocks!! :D

    - Shruti

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