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20 Totally Incredible Up-cycled DIYs

We all have odds and ends lying around that we don’t need. Or do we! Here is a round up of 20 amazing DIY projects all using items you might already have around the house.

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  • Water Bottle Chandelier 1 of 20
    Water Bottle Chandelier
    Beautiful and oh so eco friendly. This would look amazing as party decor.
    See more here on Oh Happy Day.
  • Cardboard Box Animal Mask 2 of 20
    Cardboard Box Animal Mask
    So fun! A cracker box and some duct tape and your good to go!
    See more here on Mer Mag.
  • Altoid Tin Mini Purse 3 of 20
    Altoid Tin Mini Purse
    I think this would be adorable to gift to a little lady.
    See more here.
  • Suitcase Chair 4 of 20
    Suitcase Chair
    Love this idea! I would also love a suitcase ottoman/storage.
    See the details here on See Kate Sew.
  • Toilet Roll + Fabric Napkin Rings 5 of 20
    Toilet Roll + Fabric Napkin Rings
    You can't even tell that under that fabric is a toilet paper roll! So pretty.
    See more here on She Makes a Home.
  • Soup Can Planters 6 of 20
    Soup Can Planters
    An easy way to add some greenery to the home.
    See more here on Green Streamline.
  • Jar Yarn Storage 7 of 20
    Jar Yarn Storage
    I love this because you can see the pretty yarn inside and it's tangle free!
    See it here on Charming Ink.
  • Paper Bag Fruit Baskets 8 of 20
    Paper Bag Fruit Baskets
    A perfect summer craft! I'm so doing this with my little guy to go berry picking.
    See them here.
  • Shipping Pallet Chair 9 of 20
    Shipping Pallet Chair
    What? Crazy awesome! Now if I just had a place with a yard that I could use one of these to sun bathe.
    See them here on Inhabitat.
  • Embroidery Hoop Cork Board 10 of 20
    Embroidery Hoop Cork Board
    Cute and colorful and useful!
    See more here on Paint Me Plaid.
  • Cardboard Box Playhouse 11 of 20
    Cardboard Box Playhouse
    This is such a clever take on forts. Collapsible and with a little bit of neon. Love!
    See more here on Ambrosia Girl.
  • Toilet Roll Cloud Shadow Box 12 of 20
    Toilet Roll Cloud Shadow Box
    A great way to display your sweet little items.
    See it here on Hellobee.
  • T-Shirt Rug 13 of 20
    T-Shirt Rug
    Kinda crazy looking but I like it! Looks comfy too.
    See more here on Roadkill Rescue.
  • Glass Bottle Candle Holders 14 of 20
    Glass Bottle Candle Holders
    Wouldn't this be perfect for a chic Halloween dinner party? Love it!
    See more here on I Do It Yourself.
  • Light Bulb Vases 15 of 20
    Light Bulb Vases
    Perfect little vases for your little flower buds.
    See them here.
  • Fruit Crate Mobile Storage 16 of 20
    Fruit Crate Mobile Storage
    Use it for storing records, toys, or clothes. And I love that they are mobile!
    See more here on HGTV.
  • Embroidery Hoop Ribbon Mobile 17 of 20
    Embroidery Hoop Ribbon Mobile
    Simple and pretty and I imagine it flows really nicely.
    See more here Project Wedding.
  • Washer Drum Fire Pit 18 of 20
    Washer Drum Fire Pit
    This is amazing! With an old washer drum, and a few other tools you can have yourself a fire going in no time!
    See more here on The Flourishing Abode.
  • Wine Cork Coasters 19 of 20
    Wine Cork Coasters
    I don't drink, but I thought it would be a sweet idea to use sentimental corks like from a bottle of wine from the night you got engaged.
    See them here on Heartmade Blog.
  • Magazine Gift Bows 20 of 20
    Magazine Gift Bows
    I never buy gift bows because they are so pricey. I'm definitely doing this come Christmas.
    See them here on Whole Living.

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Find my daily ideas for stylish and crafty living at my blog Say Yes to Hoboken.

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Back to School Ideas for Mom

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10 Back to School Must Haves for Boys

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