Reusing Lightbulbs as mini terrariums

October 13th, 2011 - 

 

Even if it is not a very new idea, I still like at and find it inspiring. To have such a tiny world of your own, directly on your desk. Rivers, stones, beautiul places, anything cand be created! All you have to do is to add some water inside from time to time and you will be rewarded with a little bit of nature every day, on your desk. Two tillandsia plants, also known as air plants, are nestled along with preserved reindeer moss in river stones held in place Read the rest of this entry »

How to build a pet bottle purse

October 13th, 2011 - 

 

I love Zitta Schnitt’s projects because they are fun and colorful. I love them all but especially the PET Bottle Purse. Zitta Schnitt was born in Austria and spent her childhood in Austria and Hungary. These purses look like some frogs with open mouth, don’ you think?:) All you need is a knife, a needle, some scissors, 2 PET bottles Read the rest of this entry »

How can you reuse bottles?

October 13th, 2011 - 


 
There are a lot of bottles that have a nice design and reused properly at home could improve the look of your kitchen or bathroom. I know people who like to make a collection out of ground textures from different parts of the world. My cousin is painting them and use them to decorate the room. And my grandma is just happy when she can fill the empty bottles with spices. Some of the creative reuses for bottles you can find on Read the rest of this entry »

Some budget-friendly home decoration ideas

October 13th, 2011 - 


 
If you think buying some new furniture and decoration for your new home, here are some practical ideas that anyone can do at home. Here is a nice transformation from an old brass chandelier into a very fashionable one, painted as you like. See the steps and more picture on Craftster. On the same site there is also an example of how to use in a creative way an old spoon. All you have is to buy from a Fleamarket an old fancy spoon: the fancier the handle, the better. Use a hammer to bend the spoon as you can see in the images and Read the rest of this entry »

Creative uses for ice cubes

October 12th, 2011 - 

 

I found on Planetgreen some nice advices on how to use ice cubes other than just in your Coke. I am not sure I would want to try the ice cubes on my plants like the following: to arrange some ice cubes on the pots: they will melt and at the end they will be transformed into water for your plants. But for sure I would use the ice cubes before ironing or when waxing. Another creative use is to put the cubes in your soup: No joke. If you put some ice cubes in a metal ladle and skim it over the top of hot soup, the excess fat in the soup actually clings to Read the rest of this entry »