By Becky Striepe on April 26, 2013
Feeling guilty about the cereal boxes in your recycle bin? Pull ‘em out and try some of these upcycled projects to give them a new life!
By Becky Striepe on April 24, 2013
That light cardboard from old cereal boxes, frozen pizza boxes, or six packs is endlessly useful for crafting. It’s sturdy, easy to cut, and flexible enough to use in all kinds of projects from gift boxes to sweet little toys. Over at Dollar Store Crafts, Rhonda shares another awesome craft you can make from reclaimed light cardboard: a mini photo album!
By Guest Contributor on March 6, 2013
I want to share an upcycling project that will help organize and simplify your life: upcycling an obsolete playpen into a lights and brights laundry sorter.
By Becky Striepe on January 29, 2013
Aren’t packing peanuts just the worst? They’re made of toxic Styrofoam, intended for a single use, and they get everywhere when you open a box that’s full of those suckers. Reader Hester Burch shared a beautiful, seasonal way to reuse those nasty little peanuts, so at least they’re not landfill-bound after you unpack a boxful of them: snow swag!