A cereal box has so much potential once the cereal is gone. It’s made of lightweight cardboard that’s perfect for all kinds of projects. Here’s a cute one from Daniela at Curly Made.
Nicole from The Felted Fox is back with another refashion for us. This one made use of the scraps leftover from this exotic tribal pillow project that she shared with us here.
Autumn means boot weather! I love the look of boot socks, but they can get expensive. Want a free version? Scissortail Wreath’s Becky promises the “World’s Easiest DIY Boot Socks,” and she delivers!
Do your kids like to sip drinks from pouches? If you have a few pouches on hand, you’ll have to try this nifty upcycling craft created by Ginger of Gingersnap Crafts.
Lately at The Pin Junkie, Bonnie shares her preparations for her upcoming trip to Europe. She thought it would be a good idea to bring a travel journal on her trip to write down notes while traveling. Bonnie had an old map of Europe on hand and realized she could use it to make her own travel journal instead of buying one.
Kerri blogs over at Keep Calm and KERRI On. Recently while at an estate sale, she found this vintage metal lunchbox for $3. (Who else remembers these lunch boxes? They were made to last!)
“This craft was inspired by an item that I MUST have on a daily basis: SUNNIES,” shares April on her blog, Gingerbread. Due to medical issues, April needs to wear sunglasses whenever she’s outside. Needless to say, she goes through sunglasses pretty fast, which is why April was excited to discover that her dollar store sold sunglasses that were sturdy and had a trendy shape.