There are many unique ways to repurpose old ladders. If you have an old ladder at the bottom of the garden, tacking up space in a garage, or tucked out of sight at the back of hut, here are some ways to turn this part-time helper into a full-time organizer.
Recycle empty glass jars and add pizzazz to a summer patio with hanging candle lights. Suspended from hooks or branches, these easy, solar-powered candle lights will add sparkle to the garden by day and illuminate a pathway by night.
I have been a little obsessed with mirrors lately, especially round mirrors. I love them! You can expect to pay a small fortune for ready-made designs, but here's how to make your own on the cheap!
Here's a way to use cardboard boxes to make chandeliers for your home - affordable too!
No room in the garden? Grow your herbs indoors on a sunny windowsill or countertop.
These photo frames are cheap and don't require mats. The pictures were printed off and glued onto chipboard. I don't have to worry about ruining a nice photo without any glass.
Add personality and style to plastic coat hangers and wrap them in fabric.
Don't throw out those chairs - reupholster them in a trendy fabric !
Take a look around your home and you will probably find items that can easily be recycled into practical furniture or accessories.
Use etching cream to give new life and new purpose to empty glass bottles.
Ceiling medallions are so pretty - such great architectural detail - I thought they would be nice to display somewhere other than the ceiling; somewhere more at eye level. How about the wall?
Dress up a lampshade and 'bling' new life to a room !
An old table gets a new purpose - displaying favourite photos.
Got a special occasion coming up? Make this cup cake stand in an hour or two.
Use everyday items to create a unique cake stand - or make your own from scraps !
Here are a selection of planters that you can make using regular plastics for the outer mould and the plastic container that houses the plant from the nursery
I love stuff that is worn and weathered. I think antique mirrors are so fun. But they can be hard to find and pretty expensive. Here's how to make a wall mirror with an antique twist.
Use self-adhesive vinyl to create a faux sandblasted effect on glass doors.
Wine bottles make lovely table lamps and won't cost you an arm and a leg. All you need is a decorative shade and a few accessories to finish it off.
Here's a way to use all those leftover buttons and trinkets and put them on display in your home.