Turning trash into artworks

Loday Wangmo lives in Bhutan’s capital Thimphu
Loday uses tailoring scraps to make flowers
A cheery tree in full bloom, made by Loday
Discarded bottles turned into a beautiful home decor piece
Baskets made out of waste
A lamp made using waste materials
Glowing flowers, another beautiful work by Loday
Loday repurposes phone boxes. They are tuned into pretty gift boxes.
Discarded cloth pieces collected from tailoring businesses.

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