Military Decor and First Aid Cabinet for the Garage

Military Decor and First Aid Cabinet for the Garage

Ok- so, in the interest of full disclosure, I fully intended this project to be my Product Test Drive post for this month. BUT…things didn’t exactly go as planned. So, I’m putting that product “on ice”…which has a double meaning. Why? Because my plans for this small wall cabinet were to transform it into a first aid cabinet and military decor.

Get it…putting it on ice…first aid…ok, dumb joke!Read more ›

Scented Sachets from Repurposed Clothing as DIY Gifts for Dad

Scented Sachets from Repurposed Clothing as DIY Gifts for Dad

Even though I made repurposed drawer sachets once before, I had this spark of an idea and I simply had to share it with you. If you’ve been looking for ideas for DIY Gifts for Dad for Father’s Day, then these scented sachets or sachet bags made from repurposed clothing is JUST what you’ve been waiting for. I like to think of them as: Shirt Pocket Sachets!Read more ›

Beer Coasters as Man Cave Gifts from Mini Tart Pans

Beer Coasters as Man Cave Gifts from Mini Tart Pans

Last Fall, the Mr. and I were perusing the shelves at a man cave store when I spotted a display of beer coasters that looked like bottle caps. I chuckled to myself because I thought it was a cute idea…and as I walked on by, I had a “Wait a second!” moment. Why? Because I knew I could make my own version…using mini tart pans!Read more ›

Decanter Labels for Home Bar Accessories / Father’s Day Gifts

Decanter Labels for Home Bar Accessories / Father’s Day Gifts

Leather belts are one of the most common things you can find at a thrift store, which makes them a GREAT craft material for upcycling ideas. And today, I’m making some decanter labels to use as home bar accessories, unique Father’s Day gifts, etc. They’re so easy to make if you have leather stamping tools, which you can easily share with friends.

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“Sharp-Dressed” Wine Gift Bags from Upcycled Clothing

“Sharp-Dressed” Wine Gift Bags from Upcycled Clothing

Raise your hand if you appreciate a sharp-dressed man. Raise your other hand if you appreciate a sharp-dressed bottle of wine.

Both hands in the air? Then this project is for you!Read more ›