“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.
Over at Stow & Tell U, Amy came up with a fun way to decorate for Fall on the cheap. She turned simple cardboard shoebox lids into chalkboards
At The 36th Avenue, Desiree came up with a cute craft using miniature canning jars or any other small, lidded glass jar. This is perfect for back-to-school teacher gifts or fall parties.
“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
Don’t you just love it when you come up with a crafty project that doesn’t cost a thing? Just A Girl’s Chris made this pinecone wreath with things she gathered outside and already had inside. No shopping required!
Ashley from Dirt Stains and Paint scored a whole pile of cabinet doors that were advertised for FREE on Craigslist. She loved the lines and narrow size of this door, and new she could turn it into something fun.
Since it’s fall and I’ve got old sweaters on the brain, I have to share these lovely pumpkins Sarah at Alderberry Hill made out of sleeves cut from outgrown sweaters.