Recycled Tennis Balls

Recycled Tennis Ball Cuff Links


These look to be beautifully made and only with the best of ingredients. The recycled tennis balls look brand new, however you can be sure they have lost their bounce and no new tennis balls are harmed in the making of these cufflinks! The carefully hand cut ball is button set with the seam in the middle in a silver toned tarnish and scratch resistant base metal with a high shine and a good weight. This etsy artist, CraftyRascal, specializes in cuff links from recycled materials and has a great design created out of upcycled wine cork.
$39.00 at CraftyRascal’s Etsy Shop

 


 

Recycled Tennis Ball Round/Compact Change Holder


Makes finding your change wicked easy to find in your purse. This change holder is handmade from 100% recycled tennis ball and lined with a colorful fabric.
$18.50 at MANIkordstudio’s Etsy Shop

 


 


Iphone case made from recycled tennis ball. Lined with fabric and offers good protection from bumping, banging and dropping.
$30.00 at MANIkordstudio’s Etsy Shop

 


 

For the fisherman on your list – ‘Recyclures’




These aren’t really for fishing …their purpose is more to remind you of good fishing times. Handmade by artist Tedd McDonah who teaches metalsmithing/jewelry classes and blacksmithing classes part time at Arizona State University. These colorful lures are created from preprinted recycled steel and copper. Perfect Cabin Decor… Remember, there are two kinds of fishermen, those that fish for sport and those that catch something.
$50.00 each at Tedd McDonah’s Etsy Shop

Recycled Vacuum Tubes

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Easter is coming and you can have the most eco-friendly …not to mention the most interesting peeps a person could hope for! Made from recycled vintage radio vacuum tubes. The chicks are flocked so that they are fuzzy and the roosters come with hand shaped comb cocks and beaks. Get them quick because I don’t think my Easter will be complete with out a dozen of these!
$8.00 each at LunaClayDesign’s Etsy Shop

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A doodad tchotchke of the recycled vacuum tube kind!
$16.00 at LunaClayDesign’s Etsy Shop

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Wear a vacuum tube around your neck and remind yourself of simpler times and bigger boxier TV sets. Those days before flat screens were grand! weren’t they?
$20.00 at HighWindSteamWork’s Etsy Shop

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A hanging decor item anywhere you need some inspiration. Perfect for those of you who turn on your lights with a pull chain. It is created from a vintage vacuum tube, also known as a thermionic valve.
$95.00 at TrashandTrinket’s Etsy Shop

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This clock is made from a recycled 7″ sawblade and is adorned with 1950’s era vintage radio vacuum tubes. Begs you to ask the question, “Does anyone really know what time it is?”
$49.00 at OverClocked’s Etsy Shop

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Created from a recycled vintage electrical vacuum tube and adorned with a purple butterfly image sealed on to the outside of the tube.
$50.00 at Thesteampunktrunk’s Etsy shop

Recycled Auto Parts Clocks

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A timepiece created from a vintage 1958 Chevrolet Corvette hubcap….hey!! …it’s older than me!
$44.99 at Starling Ink’s Etsy Shop
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From Starling Ink, recycled clocks from automotive parts. All are cleaned and polished to shine!
$24.99 at Starling Ink’s Etsy Shop
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This one is a Chevrolet Valve Cover with Edelbrock breather … tree-hugging car geeks can’t get enough of these things!
$89.99 at Starling Ink’s Etsy Shop

Custom Made Recycled Name Badges

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Harriete Estel Berman is up to her usual tricks making beauty out of used recycled tin cans. These name badges are custom made ….leave those dreaded sticky back labels behind! Check out the magic that she makes over on her flickr page.
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The price varies depending on the number of letters and whether you want sterling silver rivets or 10k. gold rivets. More artwork on her website.
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$525.00 at Harriete Estel Berman’s Etsy Shop
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