“A friend and I found a vintage thermos in a neighbor’s dumpster,” confesses Paula at Sweet Pea, “and I was happy to have it for decorating.” Inspired by another blogger, she decided to turn the thermos into a lamp.
Christy blogs at Our Southern Home. When spring arrived this year, she noticed that many of her garden pots were looking pretty sad due to the original paint chipping and flaking away.
Here’s a great idea for turning a mason jar into a cute vase from Shanna at Restoration Redoux. Shanna made this one for Spring (and especially Easter), but you could adapt her directions for any season or holiday.
A friend of mine moved from a home with no sprinkler system in the yard to a home with a sprinkler system. Guess what she had a lot of? Hoses that she didn’t need to use, anymore! For anyone else in that boat, here’s a fun way to reuse hoses you don’t need anymore that comes from Jill at Create. Craft. Love.
Britni from Hubby Made Me has a great way for you to recycle those stacks of paint chips you bring home every time you go to the home improvement center.
It’s not too late to save a few glass jars and create a spooktacular window display for Halloween with this tutorial at Instructables.
Each time Gay from It’s a Hodgepodge Life threw one of these plastic croissant packages into the recycle bin, she couldn’t help but think that it had the potential to be something great.
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.