Green Means Go to this Blog

I fell in love with a blog this morning. First, it was these tufts of grass turned into cheerful eco street art (by Sandrine Estrade Boulet).

Then, I was transported to Monet’s Giverny by this fantastic plastic creation made from upcycled junk (and Sponge Bob). You must see the other amazing pieces by Tom Deninger, including his playful self-portrait and an interpretation of Ansel Adams aspens fashioned from cast off technology.

And, then I learned about living jewelry (by oddandstrange.com), air plant necklaces, moss rings. Can I create a hair comb from tiny succulents?

I am surprised that this is a brand-spankin-new blog. Good on you Organic Green Roots. I am a fan. I think many of my readers will be too.

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