I just love turning the 50 states into artwork! This fun piece of art from Kristi at I Should Be Mopping the Floor not only features the state of Texas, it was made using several things that could have been tossed in the trash. This is some pretty fine recycling!
At Redo It Yourself Inspirations, Robin came up with a way to turn cardboard boxes into a useful and beautiful storage option. Looking for something to act as "drawers" in a small shelf she was redoing, Robin was struck by the fact that a few of the cardboard boxes she had lying around were the perfect size.
Pam blogs at diy Design Fanatic, where she claims that necessity is the mother of invention. "I looked for at least 2 months for a basket for our daughter's room. I looked at Marshall's, HomeGoods, Ikea, TJ Maxx, Target, but didn't have any luck. None of the baskets were the right size." One day, walking out of Trader Joe's, she spotted an empty box that was the perfect size, and was desperate enough to bring it home!
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Here's a project that's green in more than one way. Lauren blogs at The Thinking Closet, and decided it was time to reorganize her craft drawers. Her budget was tight, so she had to use what she had to optimize her storage and organization.
At Eat.Sleep.Make., Shannon shares a great little upcycling project. She and her husband get monthly samples from Birchbox, and they arrive in these great little boxes. Something as cute as that couldn't just get tossed, so Shannon's been saving them until inspiration struck.
At Project Lovegood, Aubrey's husband recently purchased a new computer. The various parts of the computer came in all kinds of sturdy boxes with compartments. Aubrey knew just how she could upcycle them.
Jess, also known as Daydream Mom, bought a four pack of Starbuck’s Frappuccinos one day and thought “Hey, this caddy could be used for something!” She upcycled the glass bottles and cardboard carrying case into a handy craft caddy.
Yesterday I shared a cardboard box decorated with rolled magazine pages. While we are on the topic of repurposing cardboard boxes for storage, here’s another idea for beautifying a box to make it just as pretty as it is functional.
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