I’m a big fan of two current trends in home decor: all things nautical, and pallet furniture. In this post I’ll show you how I’ve combined both into a project you can easily complete in a weekend.
Did you know there are useful parts off of broken clothes washing machines that you can upcycle and use for other things? These are easy DIY ideas. Go to the post to help you get your creative juices flowing…
If you are anything like me, you’ve accumulated quit a number of t-shirts over the years through various events, concerts, schools, and businesses. If you can’t bear to part with those t-shirts, or to use them as work shirts or rags, here’s an idea to preserve the memories, while still upcycling them into something new […]
Trellises serve an important function in the garden. They can be completely utilitarian or they can be a work of art. The best part is that with a little ingenuity, they can cost pennies or even be free. They can be assembled in minutes or toiled away year after year to become an intricate masterpiece. […]
I never had an allowance as a child, but I loved giving people gifts. Consequently, each December, you would find me picking up odds and ends around the house to make into gifts for friends and family (today, they call that Christmas upcycling). And aside from on ill-fated Christmas where my scented oranges grew moldy […]
Ready to help the kids make bird feeders or fun animals from old toilet paper tubes? How about a cute window planter to give brighten a room? From easy kid crafts to coiled magazine pages turned into beautiful bowls, this roundup of Earth Day Crafts has something for everyone!