Do you feel like viewing a few repurposing projects today? Me, too.
What a clever back-splash idea - your favorite fabric mounted
behind a thin piece of heat tempered glass.
Thrift shops offer a wide selection of used games and game pieces.
Hostess tip: use the Scrabble tiles and wood holders to make
personalized place cards at your next dinner party.
Another darling use for a flea market or thrift
store piece of luggage - a traveling bar!
Need a unique gift idea for that hard-to-shop-for quirky, special friend?
Create a work of art of their initials with everyday items like nuts and bolts.
Not only is this a useful lamp, it's an interesting work of art made from
an old film reel, some kind of metal bar-thingy and a vintage light fixture.
It's impossible to browse through a flea market without coming
across boxes of vintage utensils. Isn't this a charming use
for those discarded forks and spoons?
Feeling crafty? How precious are these headband
flowers made from recycled sheet music?
Without a doubt, the craftiest people in the world are brides on a budget.
This charming bouquet was created out of pages of poetry!
Another resourceful bride created these
darling centerpieces out of mason jars:
Hands down, this is THE best wedding gift EVER - a vintage globe
painted with the bride's and groom's names and their wedding date!
Today's repurposing shows us that we don't have to spend a lot of money to create
unique and charming gifts and decor. I'm definitely using that globe idea, aren't you?!