Ruffles rock! Sew up some super cute ruffle cuffs from an old shirt using this tutorial from Ruffles and Stuff.
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Over at the blog Web Ecoist they have put together a great collection of repurposing of objects into some really great lighting designs. The variety of designs goes from super simple to very intricate all super cleaver and interesting.
Garth of the blog Extreme Craft posted this super funny and way cool CHEW-BOX-A! I don’t know about you but I grew up playing with cardboard boxes. Refrigerator boxes held endless possibilities and could take you on many adventures. …
Jennifer Perkins of the fabulously colorful blog Naughty Secretary Club, has put together an amazing post of all sorts of ways to reuse, remake and all together enjoy old suitcases. They are a wonderful way to store stuff …
If you know what these are than you probably have them in your family attic somewhere. My parents are currently learning how to use the equipment to convert them into digital images and then the slides will be winging their …
Tiles Gone Wild: New Directions In Mixed Media Mosaics by Chrissie Grace is such a fun exploration into using just about everything you can put your hands on and using it in a new way to make fabulous mosaic projects.…
Over at the Storque they posted a whole house full of great ideas for reusing found things. This was my absolute favorite, a picture used as a table. It sounds simple but, wow! I really thought it looked unusual and …
Studiomama has done an outstanding job recycling a pallet into an excellent looking chair. I really admire a design that turns something particularly ugly like a pallet into something not only functional but also elevates it into a style category.…
Sharon from Rekindle Me puts her folk-arty flair on flea market finds, including used furniture and home accent pieces, and sells the one-of-a-kind works at craft shows, at a local store and on her website, www.rekindleme.com. Her Autumn’s Falling …
Continuing with the theme of back to school, here’s a frugal — and green — idea for dorm room design: cardboard furniture. While you may not be able to craft Frank Gehry’s award-winning, high-design Wiggle Chair (retail $875, shown), I …