Christina blogs at I Gotta Create. She crafted some cute napkin rings that are just perfect for an Autumn tablescape. And you’ll never guess what she made them out of: toilet paper tubes!
“As Fall approaches, I think about family dinners, getting together, and giving thanks,” says Deb at Lake Girl Paints. To celebrate the season, she decided to repurpose some fence boards into some board art with grateful sentiments.
Like I said earlier today, Roadkill Rescue is not a recipe sharing site! But….since my American readers have refrigerators full of Thanksgiving leftovers, I think we’ll make an exception today. I’m sharing delicious ideas for using up all that extra food so it won’t go to waste. (Check out the brownies made from cranberry sauce here if you haven’t already seen them.) Next up is this idea for using up leftover turkey from Tracey’s Culinary Adventures.
“My hubby picked up this old, wood trim for free at an estate sale,” says Lindsay at My Creative Days. “I loved how wide it was and asked if he could make a frame out of it.”
Somewhat Simple recently featured this project by Christine from I Dig Pinterest. “You know how on Thanksgiving there’s always the time after eating until you feel like you’re going to burst, when you just want to sit and relax?” Christine asks. “Well this is a perfectly low-maintenance game that will keep the kids occupied while you watch from the sofa.”
At her blog, Becoming Martha, Sarah shares a delightful idea for repurposing and reusing some typical Spring decor for the current season, Fall. She figured out how to turn plastic Easter eggs into Autumn acorns!
April from House by Hoff was lucky to snag this mirror from a garage sale last summer, for free. “I had expressed interest, and after it didn’t sell, it got rescued from the Goodwill pile and delivered to my house!!!” she says happily.