Wreaths are fun to hang on the door any time of year, but they are especially meaningful during the Christmas season. This week at Roadkill Rescue, we’ll be celebrating the season with festive wreath projects that honor the spirit of Roadkill Rescue: they are made out of free, found, or upcycled materials. Stay tuned for Wreath Week!
Emily from Elizabeth Joan Designs fell in love with a horseshoe plate holder while window-shopping at Anthropologie. Once she was home, she got to work recreating one of her own!
Ashley at Bigger Than the Three of Us just might be a genius. When a window makeover left her with a bunch of used blinds, she turned them into a sunburst mirror. This may be the first time in the history of ever that mini-blinds have looked so cool!
Candice from ReFab Diaries spotted this table on a morning run. (See? Running IS good for you!) She brought it home and turned it into a gorgeous end table for her living room.
I just discovered a really cool way to upcycle old magazines and make some uber-cool wall art, thanks to Kelly at Brit & Co. You have to see this.
“Early in the summer my mom and I tore down the playhouse my dad had built for me as a child,” says Jamie at Anderson + Grant. “Even though the wood foundation was no longer in a condition to hold up the walls, the wood pickets that boarded the outside were still in great condition. We saved many of the boards to use for various projects.” Here is one of those projects.
You might be checking out this post in between passing out candy to the trick-or-treaters…..I get it, it’s a little late to fit in one more Halloween craft. But this one was just too good to pass up, so pin it now and consider it for later, mmm-kay? Katie from View From The Fridge shared this book page art at Juggling Act Mama.