30 Fabulous Reuses & Repurposes for Old or Recalled Cribs. With new crib regulations, the resale of cribs is going to be pretty non-existent for a while.
But don't you worry!! You don't have to use that crib for summer campfires! We've scoured the web for some cool tutorials and ideas for reusing old or recalled cribs! These repurposed crib projects are an awesome way to prevent your crib from going into a landfill, getting reused "inappropriately" or simply sitting in your basement collecting dust. NEW! Create a Cool Craft & Storage Center from your Recalled Crib Get Organized in the Laundry Room with Your Old Crib ** ConsignmentMommies "I Consign Too Much... " Fast & Fabulous DIY Wall Art Ideas. Pssst – do we have cheap & easy wall art for you today!
(But your secret is safe with us.) Whatever your style, we’re showing you different ways to mix and match your favorite 12” x 12” scrapbook papers to make paper wall art that is simply stunning. No one will guess how little time and money you spent on your DIY wall art. (The photos link to the step-by-step directions.) Vibrant Bistro Wall Art The eye popping wall art above is bold and bright, and features three 12” x 12” scrapbook papers on each 1” x 12” x 36” sheet of STYROFOAM Brand Foam. Vintage Bistro Wall Art Here’s another presto-change-o look.
Contempo Wall Art If you prefer warmer hues, take a look at our decorating scheme below. Tuscan Wall Art If you’re just looking to change up a corner or other small space in your home, you can make smaller scale wall art. "Stained Glass" Votive Holders.
By Jenny Ryan Many times when I’m at the grocery or drug store, I can’t resist throwing a few scented votive candles in my cart.
When I’m ready to burn them, it’s easy enough to sit one on a cute little vintage china saucer, but I recently decided to try and find a fancier display solution for them. I also wanted the project to be inexpensive, and the materials used to be things I already had on hand. I was inspired by memories of making faux-stained glass in elementary school and came up with these fun little glass votive holders. This project is quick and easy, and a great way to whip up custom party décor on the cheap. Materials Tissue paper in your desired colors Mod Podge (matte finish), in a pinch you can also use school gluePaintbrush Scissors Glass containers to fit your candle(s), I used thrifted vases and wine tumblers Paper punches in various shapes Q-tips, optional Directions Step 3: Start affixing the punched-out paper shapes to the glass using your paintbrush. More: Related. Weekend Project: A Candelabra Made From Old Bottles. One of the many things I loved about working with art director Susan Wasinger at Natural Home was her knack for finding craft projects that had long ago lost their luster—and giving them a contemporary spin.
Remember bottle-cutting? Back in the ‘70s everyone was using those as-seen-on-TV kits to make drinking glasses and vases. Susan took a look at all the beautiful shapes, sizes and colors that bottled mineral water comes in these days and found a way to revive that dying art. Here, she uses capped mineral water bottles to make a lovely candelabra. And if this iteration seems a little too complicated for a July weekend, consider making her bottled-light centerpiece. Blue mineral water bottles—too pretty to recycle—make a lovely candelabra. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Felting Project: A Rug! This is the most beautiful felt project we’ve seen.
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