Here are a bunch of really clever ideas for what you can do with 10 every day items… things like glass wine bottles, old bicycles or milk crates. With these ideas, hopefully you can turn something that you thought was junk into your very own work of art. Or just a really cool sofa made from wooden pallets. Hopefully these clever ideas will inspire you in some way.
1) Uses for wooden pallets.
2) Plastic spoons.
3) Old dresser draws.
4) Wine bottles.
5) Bottle caps.
7) Credit Cards.
9) Milk crates.
Some of those ideas are really great, in fact I kinda want to go to my local thrift store now to pick up some old globes! Share these cool DIY ideas with your friends below.
It’s a long list of rules for displaying, disposing of, and respecting our country’s national symbol. While this guy’s project technically goes against the part in the code stating, “The flag should never be used as a receptacle for receiving, holding, carrying, or delivering anything,” according to a Reddit commenter, there’s no need to worry. “Courts have ruled that would be an unconstitutional infringement on your right to freedom of speech.”
So, if you want to recreate his inspiring piece of furniture, here’s how to get started!
Wanting his flag table to be proportionate to the real thing, he sketched out some designs.
Does anyone else find it incredibly hard to relax during the summer months?
When it comes to summertime, relaxation is usually the last thing on my mind. The unbearable heat makes it nearly impossible to get comfortable enough to even toy with the idea of taking an afternoon siesta.
In times of insufferable heat, try imagining that you’re in a much colder place. Apparently, just thinking about being in a cooler climate can trick your brain into believing that you’re not melting. I’ve never had the mental stamina to get this to actually work, but I think Redditor yourheynis is on the right track.
He collected some skis and repurposed them into an awesome, summer-ready porch swing that will transport you to wherever your imagination would like to go.
Redditor yourheynis began his porch swing by collecting used pairs of skis that he found at thrift stores and yard sales.
Okay, now that you’ve got that picture…what do you WISH it had been like? Well, in an effort to make his little boy’s bedroom dream into a reality, this dad gave his son’s room an epic makeover fit for a starship commander.
While BrooklynEWD‘s family was out of town, he completely decked out his four-year-old son’s room…and honestly, as a grown woman, even I’M jealous of the results.
This was the space he wanted to fill in his son’s room.
BrooklynEWD said, “We’re looking forward to continuing this project over the next few years.” What a cool father-son DIY! Ultimately, the dad said he just wanted to teach his kid that you can make things on your own, “and that not everything has to come from a store.”
Oftentimes, redecorating comes at a ridiculous cost. Wallpaper, paint, new furniture…the list goes on. But when it comes to giving a couch a whole new look, you can stop at just one item: fabric you probably already have lying around.
Without even sewing or cutting her swatch of cloth, this woman gives a throw pillow a makeover in just two minutes!
I can’t believe how easy that was! If you have a plain-looking couch, you can do so much to spice it up with fun fabrics like this one. What a fast, adorable way to makeover a piece of furniture you use every day.