If you still think recycling is boring, maybe you should think about taking that bad attitude and turning it into something cool. You probably won’t be able to make an ottoman out of it, but anything else would be a complete upgrade. There’s no longer any room in this world for people who hate on converting garbage into usable material–that space is now occupied by dangling fish decorations and awesome plastic peacocks. It gets more useful from there, trust us.
2. Piggy Bank
3. Bird Feeder
4. Napkin Holder
5. Shoe Organizer
6. Candy Canes
7. Cookie Package
9. Light Fixture
12. Fish Decoration
14. Wind Harps
(H/T woohome) Now if only we could figure out a way to get cars to run on people’s creativity. The planet would be saved! Share this post using the button below.
When it comes to decorating for fall, most Americans opt for a triangle-eyed jack-o’-lantern with a toothy grin. Talk about boring.
Why play it safe when there are so many adventurous pumpkin projects floating around? To truly take your decorating skills to the next level, ditch the pre-packaged carving kits and let your creativity run free. There are plenty of opportunities to glam up every room of the house with some pretty pumpkin projects.
To help you get started, here are 21 awesome crafts that will help give your home some autumn-inspired glamour. Follow the links in each heading to learn more from the craft masters themselves!
1. Instead of carving your pumpkin, try using a drill to make these incredible lanterns.
And one of my biggest weak spots is not knowing anything about cars or how they work. All I do know is that they eat up all my money and they get me where I need to go. Oh, and another thing? I’m not the craftiest person ever.
That’s why I’m totally amazed by the fact that Reddit user ccrew95 combined automotive know-how and crafting skills into something that I do know a lot about: the bar. He was able to overhaul the front end of a 1951 Ford F3 and transform it into an awesome indoor bar equipped with beer on tap.
He purchased the front end, wheels, hood, and bumpers of an old pickup truck and set out to build a bar that any car lover would enjoy.