Today I am going to take a break from our Trash to Treasure series and show you how Susie makes a Stovepipe Hat Snowman Ornament. These ornaments are fairly easy and only require a little sewing and only scraps of material, felt and a few other items. Materials List scraps of muslin, black felt, and homespun material needle and thread (black and tan/cream) paint: black, … Continue reading Stovepipe Hat Snowman Ornament
Last time on our Trash to Treasure series Glass Bottles we looked at how to repurpose glass bottles to make vases, bird feeders, and lights. Today we will look at different ways to upcycle glass bottles through mixed media and painting. On the final part of Trash to Treasure: Glass Bottles we will look at using modge podge and other miscellaneous uses for glass bottle crafts. In … Continue reading Trash to Treasure: Glass Bottles (part 2 of 3)
Upcycling Glass Bottles Glass bottles are used to house a variety of food, drinks, medications, and beauty products. It is common for people to come into contact with glass bottles daily. Drink bottles include beer, liquor, soda, and coffee just to name a few. Hot sauce, dressings, and oils are common food items that are stored in glass bottles. Alcohols are commonly stored in glass … Continue reading Trash to Treasures: Glass Bottles (part 1 of 3)
Today we are continuing to look at how to transform tin cans from something that would be trash into a functional home décor item that would be good to keep or give as a gift.
This post will focus on the animals and other figures that can be made from old tin cans.
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Upcycling Cans instead of throwing them away or recycling them. Continue reading Trash to Treasure: Tin Cans (part 1)