>No Reason a Cubicle Can’t Have Its Own Crafts!

>If you’re interested on doing some up-cycling, check out this great article from Geek/Eco Sugar! My favorites? Gotta be the cord corraller (you could use a tube sock as suggested – or maybe a tee shirt sleeve or mitten) and the desk toy organizer. These really are great first-steps into the world of crafting for…

>Hot (as in Cool) Tin Roof

> There I was, walking down the street in the village on my way to meet up with friends in my beloved, bohemian Alphabet City when I came upon… this: So, I got a little closer. this was an honest to goodness tin roof in an east village garden, made entirely of TIN CANS! A…

>No Tricks, New Tweets!

>Check us out on Twitter! Follow for updates on new posts, projects and more! If you’re on Twitter already, you can search for it with the name CraftingCrusade (no spaces!) or you can just click the link below! CraftingCrusade

>Welcome!

>Here’s the first post! Welcome to Crafting Crusade. In the past few years, the time-honored tradition of buy-use-trash-buy-use-trash has, unsurprisingly, bought up, used up, and trashed up our globe beyond belief. It has also taught us that things are bought, not created – used, not made – trashed, not reused. Right now, we’re caught between…