One day, as I held an empty, 18-count Keurig box in my hands, I thought, "There must be something clever I can do with this box." I pulled out my scissors and started cutting. It wasn't too long before I came up with my idea.
Here's an easy craft that you can make with items you already have on hand. Kids as young as eight or so can handle this one, so it makes a great party or classroom craft as well.
I stood in front of a bin of knitted scarves at Goodwill one day, wondering how I could upcycle them into some fantastic something-or-other to take advantage of their beautiful patterns
Sometimes "fate" brings two things together on my work bench and voila, a project is born. I had begun making mini Christmas wreaths for the holidays and had some jute webbing lying around. Hmmm. How about putting the two together?
I came across this vintage cooler at a garage sale and bought it for it's great vintage look and wonderful red color. But I thought it needed something to add some interest.
With Easter right around the corner, it's time to start planning some springtime and Easter decorating ideas. If your children are older or you have an empty nest, you might want to think about some more "grown-up" Easter basket ideas.
I recently felted a vintage wool sweater I had on hand without really knowing what I was going to do with it once I'd finished. Looking at it and mulling it over, I decided to use it to decorate a grapevine wreath I had on hand.