Over at Organized 31, Susan collects wooden game blocks. (Think Jenga.) She had plenty of her own, but she also accepts donations of more and hunts them down in thrift stores. she's found that they can be repurposed in many ways to create fun decor projects.
Over at Mendez Manor, Nicole has been thinking about the upcoming holidays. She wanted to have something both festive and fun to help create unique tablescapes this holiday season. The solution? These chalkboard painted chargers.
Kerryanne--who blogs at Shabby Art Boutique--points out, "Christmas decorating doesn’t have to be expensive! Sometimes you just have to look outside the box and repurpose thrifted objects." She demonstrates just how she does that with her own thrift finds, starting with this wooden plate that rang in at a whopping 88 cents.
You are going to have a hard time believing that a humble paper bag was the beginning of these pretty Christmas decorations from Aimee at It's Overflowing. But it really is a simple shopping bag from the local grocery store that Aimee recycled to become the cone base to form decorative pine trees.
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