At No. 29 Design, the homeowners have been working on getting their pantry organized. When they needed some large bins for extra storage, they realized that the diaper boxes they were about to recycle were the perfect size.
At the OhOh Blog, Ama says that she saw a girl on the street wearing a braided scarf and decided she wanted one, too! She went home and found a few old t-shirts and turned them into a scarf of her own.
When Taryn at Design, Dining + Diapers redesigned her family room recently, she had a limited budget but knew she needed a lot of storage. Aiming for something with a rustic look, she figured out how to make this gorgeous storage system from reclaimed wood.
Over at Todd & Lindsey's house, the newlyweds are preparing for their first Christmas as a married couple. The decorating budget is pretty tight, but Lindsey was creative enough to figure out how to turn a stained tree skirt and an old sheet into a brand new tree skirt!
When a family friend told Reeves they had some furniture in their garage they were going to get rid of, she went right over to take it off their hands. Reeves, who blogs at The Weathered Door, took the unwanted furniture home and gave it some TLC.
Amanda from Bullfrogs and Bulldogs shared a great way to turn crafting scraps into pretty Christmas ornaments. It's the perfect way to use pretty leftovers from sewing, papercrafting, and other projects.
Karin at Art Is Beauty was out with her girlfriends for a birthday lunch when she spotted an old dresser at the side of a city street. Her friends were nice enough to help her load it up into the back of the minivan and bring it home, where Karin gave it a new life.
Here's a nifty idea for fall decor using upcycled drapery finials from Jeannette at Homa Style. Jeannette brought home some pumpkins/gourds this fall. None of the three had stems. Jeannette decided it would be fun to top the pumpkins with her collection of finials.
At Frugal Ain't Cheap, Daniela says she has a lot of canvas dropcloth sitting around in her house. Dropcloth is great for protecting surfaces while you're painting, but there's no need to throw it out when the paint project is complete. Daniela used some of her dropcloth to make these coasters.
Ashley, from Cherished Bliss, had an old window lying around that she found a really fun way to use to help her family celebrate Thanksgiving this year. She used it as the background for something she calls her family's Thankful Board.
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