Vintage Pillowcase Upcycled to Vendor Apron

Sarah has a confession: she can't resist buying pretty linens from the thrift store, and now her collection is taking over the garage. They say the first step is acknowledging the problem. The second (much more fun) step involves turning vintage pillowcases into beautiful vendor aprons over at Sadie Seasongoods!
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Popsicle Sticks Serve Double-Duty for Dad

Jennifer at My Daylights says, "My husband is not the easiest person to shop for and so I often rely on getting small little things, like treats and cards, for Father’s Day." Can anyone else relate? She and her kiddos found a great way to use up popsicle sticks to make a fab (treat-filled) Father's Day card

DIY Bedsheet Teepee

Aniko from Place of My Taste wanted to add a fun element to her little boy's bedroom. And what's more fun than your very own teepee? (Answer: pretty much nothing.) Opting not to spend $150 or more, Aniko instead used an old duvet cover for what she calls an "inexpensive, easy and YOU CAN DO IT TOO project!"

Pallet-Inspired Coffee Mug Rack

Laura from My Newest Addiction kept seeing really cute coffee mug racks made from pallets, but did not love the $100+ price tag they came with. Instead, she created a version of her own! (Secret spoiler alert: you don't even need a pallet to make this!)

Kids’ Craft: Necktie Rattlesnakes

Maria blogs at Sew Travel Inspired. A recent vacation to see her grandchildren in New Mexico inspired this fun craft project that upcycles old neckties. "I took my grandchildren to visit the American International Rattlesnake Museum in Old Town Albuquerque," Maria explains.