Cereal Boxes, Tp Rolls Cardboard Lots Of Cardboard DIY UPCYCLE TUTS!

Well Good Sunday Morning to everyone, I am suppose to be over at my desk working on my signs but I really wanted to Blog about this. The signs can wait.....I am huge procrastinator sometimes! I have been collecting TP Rolls, Cereal Boxes and boxes in general and We have had a influx on the paper product CARDBOARD! So, I have decided that some things need to be made out of all this cardboard before my room, looks like a UPS store. So Here are some Fabulous DIY Tutorials with cardboard! I hope everyone enjoys and once again if you have a request or a question please feel free to comment or follow me, I send out some cool goodies in my newsletter!


 Yeah!This is fun and Easy and doesn't look like a cereal box!
Okay Here's what you do...........
1.Grab an empty cereal box
2. trace and cut out two stars 
3.then score the stars from there tips to there indented parts
4. Push stars out by scores lines 
5 Push in by indented parts
AND WHA -LA! You have Star ....
Now you can Paint it any color you want! It would look great as a holiday accent or year round!!

TP Roll Wall Art
All you need is some Tp rolls and some Glue check out what kind of cool wall art you could be making!





 Start with Tp / Pt Rolls
Get cool Wall art!!

Check out this card board room!!

 
Instructions
  1. Cut the flaps from one end of each box.
  2. Stack the boxes. Some boxes, such as those from FedEx, have flaps that add thickness to the back of the box. To make your stack level, use scraps of cardboard as shims in between the front edges of the boxes.
  3. Seal the boxes together with packing tape.
  4. Cover the boxes with the wrapping paper.
  5. Line the raw edges at the front with the duct tape.



RubbishLove Gearing up for the Holidays in the workshop!



Good afternoon everyone , I am writing you from my workshop here in Dayton, Ohio. I started thinking last night about the holidays, and actually I feel like I am running behind. Most of my fellow Etsians have already listed there holiday items, but hey I am new to all this and still trying to get a custom to the whole routine!
 So what I will be working on this week will be:



- Updating & Taking better pictures for my Etsy store
-Working on Holiday Gift tags
-Working on Holiday Greeting Cards
- Adding new signs& items to my store! 
This week should be a busy one trying to catch up everything.
I will be posting tutorials for all the items all the new Items I will adding because, if you didnt know all of my items are upcycled so, i will be using items around the house and items that are trashed to use to make are Christmas Items! Also I will be finishing Part 2 of Going Green to Get some Green! 
 This should be an interesting week so I hope everyone follows and enjoys these posts, also feel free to comment I would love to hear from everyone!! I will talk to you soon!!
-Shana

31 Diy turorials!

1. Make a Sharpie Mug

Make a Sharpie Mug

2. Turn a T-Shirt into a Work-Out Tank

Turn a T-Shirt into a Work-Out Tank

3. Ombre Nails with a Sponge

Click here for the full tutorial.

4. Use Bookends as Floating Bookshelves

Use Bookends as Floating Bookshelves
Source: pinterest.com

5. Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood

Source: readymade.com

6. Make a Heart-Shaped Ring Out of Wire

Make a Heart-Shaped Ring Out of Wire
Source: ispydiy.com

7. Nail Polish Key Covers

Nail Polish Key Covers
So you can easily tell your keys apart.
Source: abubblylife.com

8. Make a Travel Flat Iron Holder Out of a Pot Holder

Make a Travel Flat Iron Holder Out of a Pot Holder

9. Make Your Own Spray Paint

Make Your Own Spray Paint
You can make your own small batch spray paint: mix 2 parts acrylic paint with 1 part water in a spray bottle.

10. Build a Bookshelf With Two Ladders and Planks of Wood

Build a Bookshelf With Two Ladders and Planks of Wood
Source: indulgy.com

11. Create a Couch From Wooden Pallets

Create a Couch From Wooden Pallets

12. Or Make a Bike Rack out of Those Wooden Pallets

Or Make a Bike Rack out of Those Wooden Pallets
Source: lowtechatmo

13. "Fireflies in a Jar" Night Lantern

"Fireflies in a Jar" Night Lantern

14. Ramekins, Coffee Beans and Tea Lights

Ramekins, Coffee Beans and Tea Lights
The warmth of the candles makes the coffee beans smell amazing.

15. Glitterize Anything With Mod Podge and Glitter

Glitterize Anything With Mod Podge and Glitter
Mix the Mod Podge with glitter and paint it on stuff.
(Glitter wine glass source: The Sasse Life)

16. Turn Clothes Hangers Into Shoe Hangers

Source: epbot.com

17. Screw Cheap Furniture Knobs Into Wood for a Necklace Holder

Click here for the full tutorial.

18. Use a Window Shutter as a Mail Holder

Use a Window Shutter as a Mail Holder

19. Stack PVC Pipe/Paint Cans as Shoe Storage

Stack PVC Pipe/Paint Cans as Shoe Storage
Source: pinterest.com

20. Cut Up an Old T-Shirt Into a Tie-Front Tank

Cut Up an Old T-Shirt Into a Tie-Front Tank

21. Make a Lamp Out of a Water Jug and a Headlamp

Make a Lamp Out of a Water Jug and a Headlamp

22. Wrap a Scarf to Make a Draped Skirt

Click here for the full tutorial.

23. Turn Inexpensive Frames Into Chalkboard Signs

Turn Inexpensive Frames Into Chalkboard Signs
Paint the frames, and then paint the glass with chalkboard paint.

24. Color Your Shoe Soles With Nail Polish

Click here for the full tutorial.

25. Make a Stool Using Old Magazines, Two Belts, and a Pillow

Make a Stool Using Old Magazines, Two Belts, and a Pillow

26. Letter Bottles With a Hot Glue Gun

Letter Bottles With a Hot Glue Gun
Source: imgfave.com

27. Sew Five Pillow Cases Together to Create a Body Pillow

Sew Five Pillow Cases Together to Create a Body Pillow
Source: pinterest.com

28. Make a Braclet with String and Hexagonal Nuts

Click here for a more detailed tutorial.
Source: honestlywtf.com

29. Glue Corks into a Picture Frame to Make a Bulletin Board

Glue Corks into a Picture Frame to Make a Bulletin Board

30. Fill a Mason Jar With Christmas Lights

Fill a Mason Jar With Christmas Lights
Source: pinterest.com

31. No-Sew Pillow Cover

This tutorial is taken from Organizeyourstuffnow.com, click here for the full tutorial.

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