Over at Creatively Living, Katie wanted to add some statement art to the outside wall of her house, and she found the perfect source for free art material. "Craigslist is full of free things every day!" Katie shares. That's where she found this old, free gate.
At My Creative Days, Lindsay was browsing a yard sale when she came across a box that held a rocking chair top, along with the rest of the rocking chair...in pieces. But Lindsay knew that the broken chair still had lots of potential!
Rebecca blogs at The Crafted Sparrow. Lately her husband has been bringing home large tin cans from his restaurant when they get thrown away. "I love the idea of re-using them, but I just couldn't look at the boring tin cans anymore," Rebecca admits.
Over at Clean and Scentsible, Jenn had an old planter on her porch that she had perked up with paint two years before. But recently, she noticed that her planter was no longer adding a pop of color to her porch, due to rainwater damage.
Over at Kids Activity Blog, Michelle came up with a fun craft for her kids. Most of the materials needed are probably ones you already have, and you'll definitely have the most important one: an empty toilet paper tube.
Katie from The Casual Craftlete shares a cute repurposing project that is inexpensive and will help keep a child busy this summer. Sweet! This one started with the small wooden box that was packaging for one of the toys her daughter got for Christmas. Finding it hard to toss good wood, Katie had saved it.
"I've been cleaning the garage and putting things where they belong, so this project was born out of that, organization!" confesses Cristina at Remodelando la Casa. She had a pile of wine crates and some parts from an old garage door that she decided to get out of the garage and into her house...as furniture!
Some time ago, I scavenged some old fence posts from my neighbors' trash. Well, I'm pleased to announce that I finally used the last of those fence posts! I shared my final fence post project--a garden planter box--at Infarrantly Creative.
Over at Boxy Colonial, Gretchen and her husband had the inspired idea to create an outdoor kitchen just for their kids. This was a recycling-heavy project that is going to provide many hours of fun for a very low cost!
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