Homemade Light Box
LED lights and a plastic container can create a lovely glowing box for your kids or yourself.
Toilet Paper Cardboard Wall Art
Who would have thought that the cardboard from toilet paper rolls could create such awesome wall art? Check out how to create some of your own!
Light Bulb Snow Globes
A crafty way to reuse old or unneeded light bulbs, you can guarantee that you’ll have a unique craft project with a snow globe made from a light bulb!
Luggage Pet Bed
If you have some old luggage laying around, it isn’t difficult to make an eye-catching pet bed. Just remember, hard case luggage is preferable.
Plastic Spoon Mirror
Use plastic spoons for a unique and inexpensive way to dress up an old mirror or create a brand new one.
Magazine Page Bow
Instead of tossing those old magazines, cut some pages into strips and make colorful bows. To learn how to create a bow like the one pictured, just click the link!
Place Mat Purse
If you like to sew, trying using a cloth placemat to create a charming clutch purse.
Plastic Spoon Rose Pendant
Those with a more artistic eye, and a talent for melting plastic over candle flames, can try their hand at making a gorgeous rose pendant out of plastic spoons.
Paper Bag Baskets
Instead of throwing away your paper bags, cut them into strips, and weave a basket. And a few drops of peppermint oil will keep fruit flies or gnats at bay.
Build the Starship Enterprise from Office Supplies
Pens, binder clips, and CDs have never been used for quite this purpose before.
Magnetic Wine Cork Planters
Wine corks can be hollowed out and used as tiny little planters. Attached a magnet to the back for planter magnets.
Transform Spaghetti Jars
Don’t throw out your old spaghetti jars! Clean them out, dress them up, and use them to store your other cooking supplies.
Cotton Ball Snowman
Cotton balls were not originally designed for crafts, but they do make the perfect snowmen, don’t they? These snowmen are great projects for kids.