A rusted, leaky or otherwise ‘broken’ baking tin is no good for cooking, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t useful anymore. Its shape is still perfect for other projects, especially if it has a pretty rim. Just by adding paint and drilling a few holes, you can make a variety of ‘new’ things out of it.
Monthly Archives For May 2013
Cool birthday candles can make any cake look special, even if it’s a tiny, travel-sized cupcake. Beyond just trick candles or bright colors, you can find interesting candle pegs or unique shapes, or even try making your own candles.
In most thrift stores, there’s a section for old-fashioned metal tins designed to hold cookies or tea. They’re often unique, cheap and tempting to buy, but what can you do with them afterwards? Besides storing cookies, etc., the best way to reuse an old tin is to create something entirely new with it, like one of these 13 everyday objects.
Unlike a dog, you can’t easily walk around with a cat. So how can you signal in public that you’re a cat owner, besides wearing stray cat hairs? One way is to carry a cool cat-themed tote bag, which is better than walking with a dog, anyway.
Tissue boxes are mass-produced, which means they aren’t usually creative objects. That’s okay because tissue box holders are easy DIY projects.
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Like most holidays, the origins of this Mexican-American holiday are somewhat vague now. (Something about something in the 19th century?) What’s clearer is how fun the celebrations are. Besides the beautiful&hellip