We love a good countdown to Christmas and we love a great advent calendar even more! There are so many awesome advent calendar ideas. This is a great project to make with upcycled materials. It’s so easy to make a gorgeous advent calendar. Let’s take a look at our top 5 advent calendar ideas.
We’re super excited to share our tutorial for teacup candles! This gorgeous DIY project could not be easier. Make a whole batch of teacup candles and have homemade gifts to share with your family and friends.
This giant window chalkboard is just epic! Old windows are perfect for upcycling. This window chalkboard is extra special because it’s a chalkboard calendar! It’s the perfect décor piece for a large blank wall. Read on to find out how to make one.
This old window turned DIY bathroom cabinet is just brilliant! Who wouldn’t want more storage space in their bathroom? Of course, the fact that this window cabinet is lovely doesn’t hurt either! If you’re handy with a saw, this DIY bathroom cabinet is pretty easy to make. Read on to find out how.
Do you love the look of those gorgeous, vintage blue mason jars? So do we. It turns out it’s pretty easy to create mason jar decorations with some upcycled glass jars. Spaghetti sauce, pickles, jam and honey are just some of things that come in awesome glass jars. Of course we can’t bear to part with a good glass jar. Enter the need for lots of cool mason jar crafts. As if we needed an excuse to craft…
What could be more merry than dinosaur snow globes?! In the run up to the holidays we wanted to make a really fun upcycle. After much experimentation we decided on Santa hat wearing, gold dinosaur snow globes. We smile every time that we look at them! They’d make a really sweet present and are great for adding festive cheer. Read on for the tutorial on how to make them.
Looking to add some last-minute Halloween decor to your house? We’ve got you covered. These ideas are quick, easy and they look GREAT! Round up a few materials and let’s get upcycling!
Inspiration strikes in the most unusual ways. Édouard T. Arsenault began to build these incredible bottle houses in 1980. He was 66 at the time and had received a postcard from his daughter of a glass bottle castle in British Columbia. Inspired to create his own bottle house, Édouard began collecting glass bottles from his community in Cap-Egmont, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
We love upcycled lamps! There are so many innovative ways to repurpose and create gorgeous lighting. This beer bottle lamp is a super cool example. The effort required to make it is minimal, and the results are awesome. Read on to find out how to make your own beer bottle lamp.
We love upcycles of all different materials, but glass and wood are two of our favourites. It should come as no surprise that we absolutely adore this glass bottle and wood vase! The design is simple and easy to replicate, and it’s a perfect use for those glass bottles you’ve been collecting.