These pencils from TreeSmart are made out of recycled newspapers and are available from Abe's Market.
'Pencils aren't as earth-friendly as we would like to think. In fact, parents might be shocked to find out that the yellow pencils they grew up using are made out of the 4 billion trees cut down worldwide for paper industries -- which leads to deforestation and habitat loss.
They are also harmful because they are processed with toxic chemicals in factories which pollutes our air.'
See how to make your own beads out of recycled newspaper here
With enough time, patience, and newspapers you can create newspaper yarn. Newspaper yarn can be woven into varying degrees of complexity to construct anything from curtains, to rugs, netting throws, or even upholstery.
This origami USB stick 'Boardy' are made with with recycle paper.
These recycled newspaper coasters are made by woman in the Phillipines, read more here.
This unique woven recycled newspaper handbag is available here.
'Designer Colin Lin hit upon a very exciting idea by using recycled newspaper to create an environmentally friendly ballet flat. These adorable flats are crafted from recycled Chinese language newspapers that are woven into a lattice pattern, then dipped in plastic for weather protection and durability (via).'
Universal World House:
This remarkable prefabricated house is made from recycled paper and can be built for less than $5000. 'The Universal World House is light, cheap, well-insulated, and remarkably strong, making it an incredible asset to developing countries, the homeless, and those displaced by disasters.'