Being that Earth Day will be here on April 22nd, a day to show our support for protecting our environment, what better way to celebrate it than to recycle your stuff into DIY projects.
Recycling is a beautiful thing.
You use something that you already have and convert it into something reusable.
Make something old into something new.
So I decided to put together a roundup of recycled or upcycled DIY projects for in and around your home.
Recycle Your Stuff Into DIY Projects
Upcycled Glass Milk Bottle Vase Craft by Budget Savvy Diva
Twine Flower Loom Jars by Happy Deal – Happy Day
Repurposed Necktie Wreath by Mission: To Save
Decoupage Plate by Gym Craft Laundry
Toilet Paper Roll Wreath by Happy Deal – Happy Day
Recycled Table by The Boondocks Blog
Ceiling Light Makeover by Fancy Shanty
Patriotic Pallet Flags by The Magic Brush Inc.
Reupolstered Stool by Fancy Shanty
Mosaic Frame by The Good Hearted Woman
Huge Chalkboard by The Magic Brush Inc.
Sweater Pillow by Reuse Grow Enjoy
Upcycled Twine Vase by Reuse Grow Enjoy
Twig Bird’s Nest by Make & Do Crew
Clothespins & Buttons Holder by Ribbons & Glue
Garden Art Toadstools by Empress of Dirt
Golf Ball Garden Buddies by Empress of Dirt
Tea Cup Sconce Planter by Intelligent Domestications
Wooden Toy Planter by The Crunchy Chronicles
Front Porch Decor by Champagne Style Bare Budget
Milk Carton Bird Feeder by You Brew My Tea
Upcycled Herb Garden by Clean Chaos
Tin Can Succulent Planters by Gym Craft Laundry
Earth-Wise Owls by Empress of Dirt
Pool Storage Container by Organized 31
Office Paper Recycling Bin by Organized 31
Sweater Box by Reuse Grow Enjoy
Upcycled Containers for Dad by Ribbons & Glue
Makeup Organizer by Homemaking Hacks
Utensil Jewelry Tree by Reuse Grow Enjoy
Paper Tube Superhero Cuffs by The Inspiration Vault
T-Shirt Bracelets by Family Food and Travel
Uses for Pool Noodles by Mission: To Save
Shirt & Sheet Apron by Mama Smiles
Bib Overalls Bag by Reuse Grow Enjoy
Jersey Headband by Coffee With Us
Tweed Skirt Bag by Vicky Myers Creations
I don’t know about you, but after seeing all of these amazing DIY recycled projects, I’m inspired to look around my house for things I don’t use anymore and turn them into something I can use again!
What old stuff have you recycled into a new, DIY project?
We’d love to know!
Tell us in the comments.
Happy Earth Day!
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