As I mentioned Monday, this week is a rough one. I had one long post in drafts and was able to work up only a couple short ones for the week. Thankfully, a blogging buddy has offered to help out further! Today’s blog is a repost from our past guest blogger Natalia Khon. She shared a really cool Top 10 with her readers last week that I thought you may enjoy as well! Check out her original post here, and let me know below which your favorite upcycled jewelry organizer is! (Mine is the tree!) Continue reading Top 10 Most Unusual Upcycled Jewelry Organizers by Natalia Khon
Project: 5 Minute No Sew Apron From Jeans!!
I have been waiting to try this project out for quite some time now! I knew as soon as the nice weather came around that I would want to pot plants on our front and back patios, and I thought a cute gardening apron would make a great Spring post. I have also found myself using it indoors while I’m crafting, so you have lots of uses for this genius upcycled item! If you have five minutes and a pair of old jeans that you were just about to get rid of, try this out- you have nothing to lose! Continue reading 5 Minute No Sew Apron From Jeans
Featured Etsy Shop: AM/PM Home Decor
Hello, Wednesday! I’m finding Wednesdays to be my favorite day of the week lately, because it means I get to feature an awesome new Etsy shop on my blog! Today’s featured shop is a couple from my city, Philadelphia. They are Annemarie and Paul, and their shop AM/PM Home Decor is thrifty and fun. Check out their upcycled album clocks, bottle lamps, coasters (yay X-men!) and more! Continue reading Featured Etsy Shop: AM/PM Home Decor
Yesterday was so nice out! We walked around the city for hours, got some much needed haircuts, had lunch and even ditched our coats at one point because it was getting too warm. How is it possible it’s supposed to snow tonight?! Spring is in just 4 days! Hurry up! In the meantime, read my Sunday Funday: Issue 5! Continue reading Sunday Funday: Issue 5
Project: 5 Step T-Shirt Tote
I love working with found materials just as much as I love buying them. I may get an overwhelming rush when I walk in to Hobby Lobby (honestly, who of us doesn’t?), but when I find something that costs nothing or next to nothing that I can re-purpose in a project I’m just as thrilled. This project is the latter, using one upcycled t-shirt and very little time!
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