2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts !

2012 is now over, and in order to start 2013 in a great way, here are the 2012 top 10 posts!

We take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support, your contributions and your very kind words and comments! We hope you will enjoy Recyclart in 2013 (new things on the To-Do list) and hope to see you soon here!

So, let’s go with our Top 10 Posts (by number of views in 2012) !

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

2012 Recyclart Top 10 Posts ! in wood furniture art plastics pallets 2 metals lights glass garden 2 electronics diy cardboard bike friends architecture accessories  with Recycled

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  1. Raitis Škias via Facebook - January 6, 2013

    Great list, but to be honest, from my experience you are only able to cut thin glass (beer, some wine) bottles with the string method. The first and second time I tried it on the same bottle it didn’t even crack. Never tried again. Of course, it’s still good to start with that! (:

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