unconsumption:

Artist Julie Kornblum’s globe covered in plastic — that is, crocheted plarn (yarn made from plastic bags) — definitely makes a colorful statement about “plastic covering the Earth.”
For more photos of Julie’s work, check out her Facebook page here and blog here.
To make your own plastic bag yarn: Various tutorials can be found online, including one we featured previously here, and this one from our friend Kelly Rand on the Crafting a Green World blog. 

Let’s keep doing what we can to reduce our environmental impact — to make every day Earth Day. 
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