Thank you once again for taking the time to visit us and linking up your projects you are all amazing!!!! There was a lot of green on The Inspiration Gallery this week so here are&hellip
Design & Ideas
What better way to celebrate fall than with some decorative Indian corn decorations? Indian corn is a beautiful, natural product that can be used in a variety of ways to add some color to your&hellip
So…10 clever crafts to make this week! Origami Fish Art from Architecture of a Mom Repurposed Planter Succulent Centerpiece from Making Home Base Sheet Music Sailboats from Confessions of a Plate Addict Kid’s Mustache Cups&hellip
When you wrap a toy in a box as a gift for a child, the child sometimes ends up playing with the box more than the toy. Why not save a step and just make the toys from cardboard boxes, too? Cardboard toys are cheap, creative, and often easier to make than you might think.
Cardboard tubes are one household supply you rarely run out of thanks to toilet paper. That’s why toys and crafts made with cardboard tubes are so handy. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways you can upcycle cardboard tubes.
Using props to tell a story is like playing a game, reading a book, and watching a play all at once. Storytelling toys are great because they don’t really have an age limit; they can spark creativity in kids as much as adults and make telling a story easier for everyone.
they’re used as canvases for art. Wendy Gold is a decoupage artist who does just that. She takes vintage globes with some ‘character’ and gives them a new face with decoupaged art.
At first, it might be difficult to think of using test tubes for anything but chemistry experiments. Their size and shape are perfect, though, for holding spices, party favors, or even tiny plants.
Floppy disk drives have mostly disappeared now, though floppy disks themselves still exist. They have a way of nestling in disorganized places like closets, dusty but probably functional if you happen to have an ‘ancient’ computer. If not, they’re also perfect for upcycling.
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.