Do you create craft projects that reuse everyday objects and materials?
Are you very creative and love taking on a challenge?
If so, celebrate Earth Month and enter Project ReMAKE.
Schick has joined forces with
Amy Smart and Carter Oosterhouse (above)
and Make Magazine to kick off
It is an online contest that wants you to share your most creative ways to reuse everyday objects and materials. It’s in collaboration with the NEW Schick Xtreme3 Eco razor.
You are invited to send your photographs with a 100-word description of your project to Schick Xtreme3's Facebook page or Make Magazine's website. They are looking for the most creative and innovative project that remakes or up-cycles what otherwise would be tossed away.
The last day to enter is May 14, 2012. A panel of celebrities and editors will choose five finalist in May. Then, one grand-prize winner will by chosen by popular vote. The winner will win a trip to the Maker Faire in New York City. A sweepstakes winner will receive an Eco-friendly Nissan Leaf.
Make sure to visit the above sites
to read all the deals of the contest including the rules.
Schick’s new razor is taking up-cycling to a new level. Their new Schick Xtreme3 Eco razor is the first razor designed for maximum sustainability, with a handle refashioned from 100 percent recycled plastic and packaging made of 100 percent post-consumer paper. Because they are recycling plastic, Schick estimates they will rescue 103,000 pounds of virgin materials from landfills and dumps in the first year of their production.