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Scrap Aluminum to be recycled #recycling #goinggreen

Scrap Aluminum to be recycled

Happy Earth Day! Rada Cutlery uses recycled stainless steel and aluminum plus its Made in the USA!    #earthday  #recycle

Rada Cutlery uses recycled stainless steel and aluminum plus its Made in the USA!

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Flip and Tumble’s Felt Pod Planters, Made From Recycled Felt

I hadn't considered a pen....but a matching pen might be the thing that really puts this journal over the top!  I'm likin it!  Maybe it has a magnet in it to stick to the outside????  That'd be pretty snappy!

I hadn't considered a pen.but a matching pen might be the thing that really puts this journal over the top! I'm likin it! Maybe it has a magnet in it to stick to the outside? That'd be pretty snappy!

Make Your Own Aromatic Reed Diffusers!  Love this idea.. I can choose my own scents.. Most of the store bought ones smell funky to me anyway.

Make Your Own Aromatic Reed Diffusers

@: Metal Tiers

More tray/caddy ideas.

Recycled Glass Salad Plate by Fire & Light

Recycled Glass Salad Plate by Fire & Light

33rpm Stepped Bowl

Decorative bowl made from a vinyl record

7 Home Remedies  from The Dr. Oz Show including using a clove to soothe a toothache until you can get to the dentist.

Toothache If you are experiencing a toothache, try this popular home remedy to tide you over until you see your dentist: Put a whole clove in your mouth, moisten it and bite down once or twice.

When one sees a Rada knife being used, the first thought that often comes to mind is “That’s the knife my grandmother used!”  Since 1948, Rada Cutlery has held a place in family tradition all over the United States. Many will remember going to their grandmother’s house and watching her slice up fruits or meat with a particular aluminum-handled paring knife. That famous and beloved knife is none other than Rada Cutlery.

Are you searching for the knife that your grandma used to cherish memories and use in your home? Rada Cutlery is that very aluminum-handled knife you remember!

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