Courage to Create
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One-of-a-Kind DIY Throws
Use materials you have around the house to create a one-of-a-kind throw for your sofa.solid or another mixture of materials and you have just done an excellent job of working with what you have to create an original throw that looks great thrown ever beds, sofas or chairs and you.
Secondhand Window Shelves
Check out this new way to use old windows! Flea market finds function perfectly as funky wall shelves in this project from Michele Beschen.
One Log, Unlimited Potential
You won't believe how many projects you can squeeze out of a single log. Michele Beschen guides us through making coasters, candleholders, pendants, and more!
Rock Solid Planter
It's never been easier to create standout stone planters. Learn how, with Michele Beschen as your garden guide.
DIY Tabletop Artwork
Think outside the wall! Michele Beschen demonstrates how to turn framed artwork into a stunning side table.
Why should great big gourds get all the glory? DIY diva Michele Beschen gets crafty with tiny pumpkins, transforming them into smiling jack-o-lanterns, candleholders, and more!
Unique Ways with Frames
Cast-off frames can really set off your favorite artwork! Michele Beschen demonstrates new ways to highlight our collection.
DIY Garden Caddy
Given up the dream of becoming a pro golfer? Repurpose your old golf bag as a handy garden caddy to store all your yard and garden tools.this tool or that. Keep things close by, by converting an old golf bag into a garden caddy. You can give it wheels with a standard golf bag cart or rig up a two-wheel cart. Put your golf bags in place and secure with a belt. Add hooks if you
Branches in Vogue
You won't believe what Michele Beschen can fashion out of common branches and twigs. Hair accessories, drawing tools -- even eating utensils!10 inches and remove any protruding branches. Sharpen the point using a pencil sharpener . Leave it naturally and you have a wonderful drawing or marking tool for art projects. You can send down the tip, one at the end and then paint, stain, or wax for a smooth finish and you have a rustic, budget-friendly hair accessory. You can also shape your ends so they're less tapered and then finish off with a food grade oil or sealer and use as eating utensils. They make for the perfect set of chopsticks. The branch, it's versatile, it's natural,
Wall Art from an Old Door
Repurpose boring hollow-core doors! Take 'em down off the hinges and make them into cool DIY wall art. Michele Beschen gives step-by-step directions for making your own door art.for doors; they do however make fabulous budget friendly art canvasses. These light weight beauties can be used as is by simply removing any hardware or that can easily be cut down in to various sizes,product as your canvass opens up all kinds of kinds of mix media options . You can simply prime in paint or you can wood burn , you can add found objects, use stains, sand things down to distress, lots of creative opportunity. They're light weight to hang, there's no need to frame and it's a colorful, playful way to repurpose.