Over at Organized 31, Susan has a son who loves super heroes. (Can anyone else out there relate?) Lately she shared a great way to reuse old comic books and leftover containers.
At iCandy Handmade, Autie shares the backstory on these two cupboard doors. “My father-in-law owns a restoration company and oftentimes has cupboard door styles or carpet squares that have been discontinued and he no longer uses.” He gave them to Autie and the doors sat in her garage for a while before she figured out what to do with them.
At Growing with the Gimlins, Jody shares how her mom cleaned out her garage and passed along this cute old picnic basket to Jody. But since the top was decorated with Jody’s maiden name, she decided to give it a makeover to better fit her family.
“This craft was inspired by an item that I MUST have on a daily basis: SUNNIES,” shares April on her blog, Gingerbread. Due to medical issues, April needs to wear sunglasses whenever she’s outside. Needless to say, she goes through sunglasses pretty fast, which is why April was excited to discover that her dollar store sold sunglasses that were sturdy and had a trendy shape.
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.