I’m not going to tell you what this super great recycled tape holder is made from! You have to go to this link to Connie’s blog Crafty Goodies to see what she recycled. You’ll also see how she “re-functioned” …

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When simple ball ornaments just aren’t calling to you add a few pom poms and you too can have some pink poodle ornaments. Check out the close-up of this pink pooch at Joanne’s blog.

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That is just what Tiki did! She gathered up some craft supplies that she had in her stash and a few rather unlikely ones-bird cages! See more holiday decorations she posted at her blog Ribbons, Lace , and Inspiration.…

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Amy of the blog A Nest for All Seasons sent in a link to her post about how she repurposed an “old ugly spoon rack” into a great revamped display and organizing element. And how she turned a chair into

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Check out this video and earrings available from a company Trashy Earrings. They import these handmade creations that help support women in Honduras.…

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Over at Alma’s blog Create Out Loud she posted a fun video to promote her aptly named “Child’s Play Workshop“. While there you can check out her fun tutorials for making beaded beads with a cotton ball base

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over at the blog The Uncouture Gardener Annelise posted her idea for recycling laundry soap bottles into scoops. These are great for all sorts of uses but off the top of my head I think my next laundry soap …

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My kindred spirit Amy of the blog A Nest For All Seasons who, like me, loves to score stuff in the “free zone” as I call it (which is the space between the road and the sidewalk). Amy worked her …

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Whether your bicycle seat is new and just needs a bit of a personal touch or in need of repair this is a great idea. Take your scraps and stitch a few hearts or another motif you like. Your tooshie …

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Over at the blog Five Green Acres I spotted this pretty bit of reverse applique made from a bit of recycled embroidery found in a thrift store. Reverse embroidery is a great sewing technique useful when you want to incorporate …

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I spotted this wonderful photo over at the blog Huffed And Puffed and it gave me an idea. Why not cut or rip a tiny heart from the tea tag or other bit of paper packaging that you love and …

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Over at the blog Recaptured Charm the clever crafter Lisa made word blogs from some old wood scraps and a bit of paint and paper. Check out her cute words at this post.…

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I can’t tell you how much I love the simplicity of this book turned butterfly specimen display that is posted over at the blog Hokey Stokes. See more pictures over at the post. And speaking of recycled book projects …

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Now I don’t generally post many scrapbook pages but I just fell in love with this one from the blog Ponderings. She stitched all sorts of things together on the page including bits sewing patterns, books and Sizzix die …

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These lovely magnets are created with a whole bunch of recycled bits of this and that. See a whole collection of Desiree’s craftiness at her blog Beyond a Garden.…

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