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Basically my crafting bucket list, maybe I'll get around to making these, maybe I won't. Things I want to make, things to improve the house, & things to enjoy (and share with others!)

Also, please note that I do not take credit, or claim that any of these are my own, unless otherwise stated. I try to always include the correct content source, as many of these crafts have tutorials & I want to give credit to the talented creators. Feel free to ask for a tutorial if there is not a click through link.

unconsumption:

It’s wine o’clock (somewhere) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find:
Empty wine bottles made into bird feeders.
To DIY, see ChickenStreet’s tutorial here.
For earlier posts in Unconsumption’s wine o’clock series, check out the archive here.

unconsumption:

It’s wine o’clock (somewhere) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find:

Empty wine bottles made into bird feeders.

To DIY, see ChickenStreet’s tutorial here.

For earlier posts in Unconsumption’s wine o’clock series, check out the archive here.

(via forever-lost-in-space)

— 2 years ago with 163 notes
unconsumption:

It’s wine o’clock (somewhere!) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find …
Today, it’s a DIY project: Attach corks to the cover of an electric fan, to make a mobile or a lamp.
With the addition of a lamp cord set (mentioned previously here), such a creation could be used as a lighting fixture or “chandelier,” as maker Mox & Fodder says.
For tutorial, see Mox & Fodder’s post here.  
For earlier items in Unconsumption wine o’clock series of posts, check out the archive here.

unconsumption:

It’s wine o’clock (somewhere!) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find …

Today, it’s a DIY project: Attach corks to the cover of an electric fan, to make a mobile or a lamp.

With the addition of a lamp cord set (mentioned previously here), such a creation could be used as a lighting fixture or “chandelier,” as maker Mox & Fodder says.

For tutorial, see Mox & Fodder’s post here.  

For earlier items in Unconsumption wine o’clock series of posts, check out the archive here.

(via forever-lost-in-space)

— 2 years ago with 157 notes
unconsumption:

6 ideas for repurposing springs
Into a rustic or industrial look? Consider using springs, from lighter-weight bed springs to more sturdy automotive types, in creative ways like these:
Individual springs enhancing a garden or tabletop. (image above, via Sjarmerende Gjenbruk)

Another tabletop idea. (via the same blog, here)

Set of springs repurposed as vertical storage. (image from Better Homes and Gardens; spotted on Pinterest here)

Springs made into lighting. (featured previously on Unconsumption here)

Truck springs fabricated into stools. (via House Beautiful)

Industrial springs made into sculptural light forms in a garden. (via Paradis Express blog)

unconsumption:

6 ideas for repurposing springs

Into a rustic or industrial look? Consider using springs, from lighter-weight bed springs to more sturdy automotive types, in creative ways like these:

Individual springs enhancing a garden or tabletop. (image above, via Sjarmerende Gjenbruk)

Another tabletop idea. (via the same blog, here)

Set of springs repurposed as vertical storage. (image from Better Homes and Gardens; spotted on Pinterest here)

Springs made into lighting. (featured previously on Unconsumption here)

Truck springs fabricated into stools. (via House Beautiful)

Industrial springs made into sculptural light forms in a garden. (via Paradis Express blog)

— 2 years ago with 494 notes
petitpoulailler:

Zodiak Constellation Wall Art … Create!

petitpoulailler:

Zodiak Constellation Wall Art … Create!

— 2 years ago with 1577 notes

artpixie:

Applewood Cake Stands tutorial by A Subtle Revelry

I think I’ve posted something like this before, but I like it so much…

— 2 years ago with 925 notes
scitchetknits:

I like this little tutorial.  Learn how to take new things and make them look old.

scitchetknits:

I like this little tutorial.  Learn how to take new things and make them look old.

— 2 years ago with 422 notes
do-it-your-self:

how to make your own quirky bookshelf! click here.

do-it-your-self:

how to make your own quirky bookshelf! click here.

— 2 years ago with 440 notes