I’ve got another re-purposed/re-cycled project. This shabby chic holder is made of two old plastic trays and a vase.
You can check how I made this at my Youtube Channel. Instruction is in English, sweeties ^_^.
I hope you will go and check it sweeties. Enjoy!
I have got three wall decor ideas that are fun and easy to do. Two of them are made from cardboard or carton boxes and the other one is a flower decorated string lights.
If you want to see how I made them you can watch at my YOUTUBE CHANNEL. The narration is in my native language but you can fully understand the instruction by merely watching the video. I hope you will also subscribe though. Thank you :* .
Here is the link.
The edgings could have been perfectly done but I got lazy 😛 😛
I hope you will go and watch guys!
Mr. Cupid is just around the corner. Have you ever thought of a gift for your loved one?You have no what? It’s ok. Let’s cheers for that! But we have our parents, sisters, brothers, friends… ladies & gentlemen, lol!…etc.
I want to share the first idea. The all around mason jar with LOVE! This mason jar with a handle but without a lid was a favor from an event. I recycled it basically and I am gonna give it to my dearest friend. I call it all around because she can make use of it the way she wants it which is beneficial to her 😛
How to? It’s EASY(just move the cursor into the image then CLICK).
Cut a heart
attach it to the jar with a tape
pour some glue
spread the glue
get the red glitter
dash it on the glued surface
remove the cut heart
get a red fabric
cut some pieces of 1/2 inch wide
tie it around the mouth of the jar
cut a heart from a fabric and felt cloth then stick them with fabric glue
attach the fabric heart Here 🙂
I hope you liked it, sweeties.
Stay tuned for the next idea!
It’s quite a long while that I didn’t post since I became pretty occupied(sorry). Anyways, I want to share a little work that I made while back.
BIRYANI- an Indian dish made with highly seasoned rice and meat, fish, or vegetables.
It’s not only the food which I adore, it’s also the Pot where they serve it. I don’t want to throw them off. There are so many ways that you can make them as containers 🙂 I can only get them if the food is take away or for home delivery. I guess, I’ve got 6 of them already(because we don’t always go for home delivery). I decided to give them a little bit of a good look rather than plain.
- Made an improvised tool for the designing(like this sponge stuck into a plastic straw).
Now I can fill them with what ever I decide to fill :).
How do you like it?
Last time, I used fabric to cover those tin cans and turned them into pretty containers. This time, I used papers.
How I made them is the same step as I did with the fabric.
1. I cut the paper according to the size of the tin(the body of the tin).
2. Glued the cut paper into the tin.
3. I used these decorative tape(I bought from this Japanese store name, DAISO)for the lid since it’s difficult to wrap it with paper.
Note: These tins are merely for display only. You can’t stuff anything inside because once you close it with the lid, opening it again would spoil the paper/cover.
I made another one, to make a company ;).
Have you tried repurposing anything yet?