Over at Redo-It-Yourself, Robin recently came up with a fun new look for an old lazy susan. You know what a lazy susan is, right? It’s a round circle–usually wood–that has a device underneath it that allows the circle to easily turn. They are super handy for countertop storage or making it easy to serve family dinners.
Over at Sondra Lyn at Home, Sondra Lyn saw an idea for crafting with old light bulbs and decided to own it. “Any time I can take some ordinary household items and turn them into something that looks as good as these, well…I’m all over it!” she acknowledges.
Here’s a fun project for Halloween. It’s the perfect rescue for any old or mismatched plates you might have lying around. Jill from Create. Craft. Love. made this using thrifted plates, but there’s no reason you couldn’t search your own cupboards or send out a plea on your social media to get of few plates for FREE.
Christina blogs at I Gotta Create. She crafted some cute napkin rings that are just perfect for an Autumn tablescape. And you’ll never guess what she made them out of: toilet paper tubes!
You may have spotted this project by Mindy of My Love 2 Create over at Knock Off Decor. It’s one she originally shared at My Repurposed Life. She started out withan old window that a friend had passed along to her.
Over at Little House of Four, Katie had some pallets lying around and decided to put them to use for some rustic Fall decor.
Kathy of Petticoat Junktion picked up a box of these decorative wood square corners at a yard sale a while ago. They are meant for adding to trim and molding for extra pizzazz. She’s had them sitting around in her workshop, and finally figured out what to do with them.