Scented Stick Diffuser
Using a glass jar, bamboo skewers, and some fruits and herbs you probably have around the house, you can make a great smelling diffuser.
Stuffed Chipmunk out of a Glove
Use an old glove to make a knitted stuffy. The fingers make the arms, ears, and tail!
Light Bulb Vase
Out of vases? Remove the innards from a light bulb and you have a unique vase for a few flowers.
Have a bunch of magazines laying around? Roll and glue the pages to make the materials for an awesome looking magazine bowl.
Combine a pillowcase and an embroidery hoop to create a colorful hanging hamper.
Wine Cork Business Card Holder
For a spiffy way to present business cards, try creating a holder out of a few wine corks.
Light Bulb Shrimp Aquarium
Once the innards are removed from a light bulb, it can be made into all kinds of interesting things, like this shrimp aquarium.
Plastic Bottle Jump Rope
Empty plastic bottles work great for jump rope handles.
Fit small potted plants into your desktop organizers for a bit of greenery with your office supplies.
Bottle Cap Magnets
Magnetize bottle caps for trendy refrigerator magnets.
T-Shirt Grocery Bag
If you have an old shirt you don’t wear anymore, it’s easy to transform it into a reusable grocery bag.
With a little woodworking, suitcases can become eye-catching tables.
iPhone Book Charging Dock
By using an old book and a standard iPhone charger, you can create a homemade charging dock for your phone.
Circular Saw Centrifuge
If you are really into molecular gastronomy and don’t want to spring for a store-bought centrifuge, you can make one out of a circular saw. Of course, this option is far more dangerous.