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Get creative with your furniture staging! Imogen Aitchenson went from beginner painted furniture staging to becoming an award winner!
From broken piano to quirky home cocktail bar! Step by Step Repurposed Piano Bar tutorial to help you do it yourself! Guest Post by Ciara Minor
How to make a quick denim quilt from your old jeans and some leftover jelly roll strips. A fun improv quilt you can really make your own!
Make no cost DIY Cardboard Bookshelves for your kid’s rooms using cardboard boxes and leftover wrapping paper! Sturdier than you think!
Bumper list of easy DIY storage and organizing ideas using everything from cereal boxes to thrift store finds and redecorated cardboard boxes!
Want to make some cute scrap fabric bookmarks out of the trimmings from your other sewing proejcts? If you are like me and you love using every last piece of your scrap fabric to transform it into something awesome, you probably hate, hate, hate feeling like you have to throw out those teeny tiny trimmings …
Sewing Room Organization Before and After Makeover! No spend transformation using upcycled and repurposed storage solutions. Includes a video tour!
Make a Kid’s Art Portfolio out of leftover fabric scraps. Cute DIY Homemade Gift Idea that you can sew in an afternoon!
Sew a cute fabric baby book using your leftover scrap fabrics. Teach baby about colours and textures with this sweet homemade gift idea!
I’ve been on an organizing kick lately and one thing that makes things look neater to me is to get them tucked away out of site. Which is why I decided to upcycle some cereal boxes and leftover wallpaper to make my own DIY Magazine Holders. Materials Used – DIY Magazine Holders: Empty Cereal Box …
Easy method to make clothes labels out of old pillowcases and sheets! Use Handmade Fabric Sewing Labels on gifts and crafts to sell. Guest Post by Catherine Wainwright of Buttons for Beans.
This project was all about making a quick and easy kid’s wall hanging for my son’s room. Needless to say he loves buses – like most kids – so this was my inexpensive way of giving him some lovely bus art! If you’ve read any of my other blog posts you might have guessed already …