Colleen from Lemon Thistle came up with a really need project using things she found in nature. She’s been collecting small pieces of driftwood, and decided to turn them into a garland.
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.
“As Fall approaches, I think about family dinners, getting together, and giving thanks,” says Deb at Lake Girl Paints. To celebrate the season, she decided to repurpose some fence boards into some board art with grateful sentiments.
Here’s a fun Fall project that I think gives off a trendy tribal vibe. It’s wall art made from fallen leaves by Carmody at Paper & Fox.
“I know we all can easily collect toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls-–especially when I order large amounts of TP and paper towels on Amazon,” says Maura at Happy Deal Happy Day. If you want to make a fun Fall wreath like hers, you’ll need to collect at least 30 toilet paper tubes.
A friend passed this old headboard along to Sara at Thrifty Treasures. Since the captain-style shelved headboard isn’t exactly cohesive with current decorating trends, she decided to repurpose it.
Over at The Salvaged Boutique, Kathy was given a set of wood kitchen utensils and a vintage crate. She has loved the pictures she’s seen out there of paint dipped utensils, and decided that this free set was perfect for experimenting.
” I found this piece on the roadside and had a plan for it the second I saw it,” says Marta on her blog, Marta on a Mission. Part of a bed set, she was pretty sure the size and shape of the foot board gave it great potential as a shelf.