New Upcycle Ideas 671

Visit 20+ NEW Upcycle Ideas to Make 671 – DIY mid century modern art, tie dyed eggs, fabric flower, plus more repurposed projects, with tutorials so you can make them too!

Visit 20+ NEW Upcycle Ideas to Make 671 - DIY mid century modern art, tie dyed eggs, fabric flower, plus more repurposed projects, with tutorials so you can make them too!

New Upcycle Ideas 671


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Greetings! This past week my personal life needed my presence more so than the blog. So I did what I needed to do. 

So I’m calling it a mini vacation since I haven’t travelled anywhere in over 3 years at this point! It makes me feel a little less guilty. 🙂

However I have repainted a fav bench that I will be sharing next week as soon as the post is complete!

And I have been sharing the odd trail bike ride I’ve been partaking in during those pretty sunny days! Be sure to follow me on stories HERE if you’re interested!

So until a little more transpires here, thanks for understanding once again, which just allows us to focus on these amazing repurposed tutorial features from last week’s party even more!

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Chic mid century modern wall art using wallpaper


Mid century modern wall art by Sadie Seasongoods

From outdated wall art to a must-have, this mid century modern wall art tutorial was created with something you may never mull over as actual art, but this beatuiful three-some proves that it sure does work! In fact, this tutorial is worth your peek just for the vibe of this entire room decor alone! You’ll be taken back in time in the most unique way, guaranteed!

Fabric flower

Whimsical fabric flowers using mason jar lids


Fabric flowers made with mason jar lids by DIY Beautify

Grab your mason jar rims and scrap fabric to whip up a few of these whimsical fabric flowers, perfect for spring and summer! Imagine the possibilities with this one… and it looks so easy to make!

Easter tray makeover

Decoupaged Easter tray makeover with raised bunny


Tarnished Easter bunny tray makeover by DIY Beautify

If tarnished trays aren’t your vibe, here’s proof that you can create a tray that is, with a little paint, a napkin, and some special molds of your choice! This adorable bunny tray couldn’t be more perfect for spring, wouldn’t you agree?

dye eggs with ties

Super unique silk tie dyed Easter eggs


How to make silk tie dyed Easter eggs by Hello Sewing

And just when you thought you saw all the wonderful ways to dye an Easter egg, trust me, you haven’t. This creative take involves using silk ties. Who knew?! So grab those ties that aren’t being worn any longer to whip up a few of these!

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    • For the last week or so I have had trouble reaching your site. Is something new going on with your site or what? Lots of blinking going on and hard to get past your Home page. I watch every week for new things to do. I live in Indiana and have watched your site for YEARS!!!

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