If you've ever come home from the beach with buckets full of seashells, then you can understand the dilemma of the beach comber: you don't want to throw away the shells you were so delighted to find, but what on earth can you do with all of them? Well, lucky for you Kathy of Petticoat Junktion has an idea!
Here's a delightful little project from Meghan of Our Pinteresting Family. She likes to use the squeezable pouch baby foods when she and the kids are on the go. "They have the colorful twist-off tops on them, and I have been collecting them, hoping to use them for crafts," Meghan tells us.
Naush blogs from Dubai at Doodle Buddies. She's found an inexpensive way to get canvas for her art projects, and recycle at the same time! Since being eco-friendly is important to her, she rarely ever uses a canvas for her mixed media artwork that didn't start out as something else, like this pizza box.
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.
I spotted this nifty rescue project by Amber from Averie Lane over at Kleinworth & Co. She came up with this idea for a garden wall using repurposed items when she was looking at a blank wall near her patio, one day.
Sometimes this blog is an excellent way to help me feel like I'm not the only crazy gal out there. For instance, I used to wonder if I was the only one who saved store shopping bags because the paper was so pretty. Well, I'm not! In fact, Anu at Nalle's House fell so hard for a shopping bag that she turned it into art!
At House By Hoff, April has been adding a few touches of summer to her home with some beachy decor. Inspired by pictures of some seashell art that her aunt texted her, April pulled out her collection of seashells and got to work.
If you've ever done even one project with fabric, then you know how hard it is to throw scraps away. Nicole Samuels came up with a brilliant way to use up some of those scraps and create rainbow art that's perfect to display for St. Patrick's day (or year round, it's so pretty)!
Bethany blogs at Pitter and Glink. Given the challenge to create something using only items she already had, Bethany decided to raid her popsicle stick stash! She used them to make a beautiful piece of nautical art. Perfect for summer!
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