I love this simple table decor idea from Chiara and Ilene of One O. All you need is a tea towel to make this cute basket centerpiece. "Centerpieces are usually important aspects of the table, whether they’re just decorative or pretty and functional. So having a chance to make one up from things you have at home sounds like savour to us!" they say.
Over at With A With a Blast, Linda has been working on a little upcycling project to beautify her home. She likes to use gold as an accent color, and wanted to insert a bit more of it in her dining room.
"We were lucky to find this pallet dumped near a path one evening while were were out for a walk," says Bonnie at The Pin Junkie. "My teenage son was nice enough to haul it home for me although he made it clear he thought his mother was crazy for wanting to carry home someone's tra
"We have a big graduation party coming up this month and I wanted to make outdoor lanterns to decorate the tables and provide a little ambiance," says Susan at Organized 31. Luckily she has an extensive collection of glass bottles, all ready to recyle.
Just in case this weekend's festivities leave you with any empty eggshells, Melissa from The Happier Homemaker has a way you can reuse them. A way that doesn't involve compost....in case you are picky.
Eggshells aren't usually something we think about sparing from the trash. But if you happen to be willing to save a few, you might be able to create an Easter egg tree that's almost as cute as this one from Cristina at Remodelando la Casa.
Here's a really fun upcycling project from Kellie at Nest of Posies. It all started with a family run to Sonic for some fun drinks. When they handed the drinks to Kellie in this cardboard carrier, she had a light bulb moment.
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