At Stow & Tell U, Amy used twigs from her yard to craft some neat things during the Christmas holidays. She had so much fun then, she decided there was no reason she couldn’t have more fun with twigs for Valentine’s Days. After all, there were plenty of twigs just sitting in the woodpile, waiting to be used for kindling.
When a blogging friend challenged Susan from Organized 31 to upcycle a clementine crate, Susan was up for the challenge! She had an empty, wooden clementine box on hand, and decided to craft a project for an underserved population when it comes to benefiting from her blogging projects: the men of her family! She even got her son involved with this one.
Over at Designed Decor, DeDe has been working on taking apart the pallets she had stashed in her backyard. ”The pallets I had were pretty beat up and a lot of the boards were not in good shape, so I just cut them, and had a bunch of 12 to 18 inch boards,” she tells us. Faced with a pile of short boards to reuse, Dede came up with this clock project.
Limbs cut from a birch branch in her yard have been fueling Diane’s craft projects all winter long. Let’s take a look at the latest projects she shared at her blog, An Extraordinary Day.
Krista from While He Was Napping shared this fun project at Over the Big Moon, recently. To make it, she upcycled some of the glass baby food jars that she had on hand at her house.
At Laura Kelly Designs, Laura came up with a simple but pretty vase for Valentine’s Day, using a glass jar and buttons. Something you probably have around the house already, right?
The local Habitat ReStore asked Amy Jo to take a few of their dresser-less drawers home to see if she could turn them into something that would make them more appealing to buyers. Check out what she did to make them fabulous at The Little Moments.