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Guess what … these are made from egg cartons! View the How to.
Another altered picture frame, this time for sparklies! View the How to.
Shred your own clothing … it was good enough for my daddy so it’s good enough for me! View the How to.
This idea from a Diesel Store. Grab some randomly sized (yet sturdy!) cardboard boxes. If you’d like some extra structure, double the thickness with extra cardboard, cut out to the interior dimensions, use wood glue to attach to the interior of the box. Once the glue has dried, paint the box your desired colorway. A matte finish spray paint would work best, especially with the rough edge of the cardboard being exposed. To finish up, you can line the interiors with fabric, wall paper, blackboard paint.
Use carpet weight double stick tape and hanging rods as bracing and support.
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard of cupcake’s in a jar. But this is just spectacular. You can make your little pies in bulk, stick them in the freezer, and bust them out when you want a little sugar. Via: Not Martha.
A use for something you can literally find in the alley … not saying that’s where you’ll want to take them from …
Fed Ex and UPS will most likely have a stock pile of these wooden pallets that they wouldn’t mind unloading, if you ask nicely (at one of their depots).
Via: Apartment Therapy.
Now I know a number of you just love the largess of the Doily Lamp Shade that’s been making the rounds, however here’s a smaller project that sits demurely to the side, awaiting discovery.
Either follow the directions of the larger, balloon+modge podge, concept, or the instructions over at Country Living.
Also fun, the balloon covered vase.
Customize a wind chime with found objects.
Via: Rebecca Sower.