At The Cwafty Blog, RaChel decided to turn a simple glass bottle into a pretty vase using a few craft supplies she had on hand. Her bottle of choice? A Starbucks frappucino bottle.
Rhonda from Craft Dictator has had this vintage suitcase sitting in her house for months. She planned to use it for office storage, but had never opened it. When she finally did open the little suitcase it was not full of money. To the contrary, it was actually pretty nasty inside!
Juggling Act Mama shared these darling picture frames made by Katie from View From The Fridge. Katie came up with an inexpensive and fun way to make them out of scrap wood.
At Burlap & Blue, Linda had a small outdoor table that was badly in need of a makeover. You know the type–sturdy iron framework bent into curlique shapes, with a glass table top? Well, picture all of that without the glass, because the tabletop was missing.
“My husband has always been sort of funny about saving our glass jars,” confesses Justine at Mod Podge Rocks, “and with the mason jar craze happening, it certainly is handy having my husband’s hoard collection hanging around to experiment with!” Recently, she put a few of those glass jars to use with a pretty project that’s perfect for fall and Halloween decor.
Amy from Mod Podge Rocks recently scored a sweet little jewelry box at Goodwill. As soon as she saw it, she thought of the perfect way to give it a fresh new look with some Mod Podge and resin.
Having seen lots of cute (but expensive) serving trays floating around the web, Hannah from Lovely Little Life was excited to find a few forgotten wooden trays at Goodwill, and bought them for a fraction of the price she would have paid elsewhere! She took on the challenge of making this one as cute as the trays she’d seen online.