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Though we are reading fewer and fewer printed newspapers, pages and pages of paper still gets dropped on doorstops around the globe everyday. Greetje van Tiem's furniture is created with yarn made out of newsprint. The front page of one newspaper can repo

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Originally appeared in Love Earth: Eco Ideas and Designs
on June 3, 2011
Though we are reading fewer and fewer printed newspapers, pages and pages of paper still gets dropped on doorstops around the globe everyday. Greetje van Tiem's furniture is created with yarn made out of newsprint. The front page of one newspaper can repo
Though we are reading fewer and fewer printed newspapers, pages and pages of paper still gets dropped on doorstops around the globe everyday. Greetje van Tiem's furniture is created with yarn made out of newsprint. The front page of one newspaper can reportedly yield nearly 40 feet of yarn.

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