What can I use left over Back Splash to decorate? It is in the brown and beige tones. It is the kind that interlocks and sticks to a wall.
I have these pavers abd bricks and etc. Need to get rid of, move them or build something with quick!!!!I have over an hour!!Make a table and throw burlap or cloth ove... See more
In our small town we have to order many things online. Consequently I have a lot of that brown packing paper they use for filling the box. I hate to put it all in the... See more
Most of them are whole but some are broken. I had been thinking of a base for my BBQ grill.
I have an inexpensive comforter that I am replacing but I still like the colors. What is the best way to make pillows out of it despite the thin batting and stiching?
I have 143 audiocassettes that I'm pretty sure I'm never going to listen to again. I've digitized the ones I really want, and I'm happy to get rid of the rest. The lo... See more
Have different tongue in groove pieces in different lengths sitting around. Any ideas?
Maybe something for in a garden or with flowers in it. No room for anything in house. Thank you for any ideas!
Our local furniture store let me take their discontinued fabric samples and I am looking for ways to use these beautiful 12-18 inch pieces in a creative way...purses... See more
Recently, we had our bathroom remodeled, remove all the blue tiles from around the tub. I managed to stop my husband from throwing them away, thinking I could find wa... See more
I had that if you dump your used coffee grounds at the roots of your rose bushes, it is great fertilizer. I have found this to be true. My rose bush is flourishing. A... See more
I took the wood bar stool apart and kept the nice sturdy swivel part from under the seat. I'm trying to think of things to make with it, particularly for a child. I k... See more
I recycle them usually, but I love to upcycle! Actually, my husband always thinks there are something he can use them for...but has only turned one into his fishing b... See more
These caterpillars are eating my tomatoes and their leaves along with everything else they and get their little jaws on.
I was thinking about covering it with fabric for an outdoor ottoman/cooler/storage. Will modge podge work? Or I am open to different ideas!!
I have several 8' large blue water pipes that I would like to be creative with. I live at the coast. Any ideas, suggestions?
I have heard of using Styrofoam pellets at the bottom of pots, has any one used crushed up plastic grocery bags the same way, does this work as filler and drainage?
I have a lot of pull tabs from cans and I am looking for craft ideas for using them. Any ideas?