Replacing old lighting in your house? An incandescent bulb can be reused as a living ornament for the holidays or year ’round – here’s how.
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Don’t just toss that old log! Easy upcycler Jennifer Tuohy shows you how to turn it into a unique bird feeder for your yard.
Change your own oil? You don’t have to toss those used motor oil bottles; here’s a plan for upcycling them into a great garage/workshop storage system.
Do your kids like to grab stuff out of the recycling bin? Follow their instincts with these diy toys made from your “trash.”
As much as we try to only invest our money in goods that will last a long time, things do eventually wear out. After years of use, a pair of rain boots may begin to crack where steps have bent them repeatedly, and a colander will be difficult to use when its handles fall off. […]
The iMac G3 has been off the market since 2003, but no doubt many owners of these machines have held on to them. While they may not have the computing power for current programs and websites, they’re just so gorgeous – how could you throw that away? That’s the response Jake Harms had after being […]
Got a plastic bottle in the recycling bin? Than you’ve got the main thing you need for this DIY cellphone charging cradle – check out our tutorial.
Sure, you can recycle them, but why reuse plastic bottles to make things you can use around the house: from planters of all kinds to furniture and boats!
The designers of these cool pools reused shipping containers and dumpsters for unique take on the above ground swimming pool.
Once that juice pouch box empties out, turn it into a DIY picture frame. Here are the instructions…
Don’t just toss those drink bags that the kids are running through. This juice pouch wallet is an easy DIY project for the whole family.
Stop wasting water! This DIY greywater system not only reduces the amount of fresh water you flush, but also cost only about $40.
Wayne Abadie of Luling, Louisiana, discovered a way to create a little comfort for homeless people: plarn sleeping mats made from used plastic shopping bags