7.23.2009

Reduce, Reuse,Recycle and Re-organize!

Here are a few projects I wrote about on the Spotted Canary Miss Thrifty Blog! Click on Miss Thrifty to the left of this post to visit the Spotted Canary Miss Thrifty website. This will take you to the article on how to make these projects and many others by just clicking on resent posts!
Enjoy and Recycle!!!
I made these...
see how on the Miss Nifty Thrifty's Blog and learn about how I organize my scrap paper into them. Making my scraps manageable and usable.

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12 comments:

Lori said...

Kara!!! oh my gosh...these are THE cutest recycles EVER!!! i LOVE the graduated storage bins...that is SO very clever!!!



ps: the bleach was not a tip...i am super worried now, that you are going to bleach something and it will end up full of holes...that was actually pretty gutsy of me...it's a wonder my gloves didn't fall apart...i have heard from several gals that oxy clean and HOT water is the way to go...my store was out of oxy clean...otherwise, i would have never used the bleach...i am too darn impatient:)

bekimarie said...

More great ideas from my gorgeous friend, love them!
I'm about to link up your icon on my sidebar because I think everybody should be looking you up.
((hugs))
Beki xxx

jediflame said...

I LOVE the idea to make a gift bag out of the empty box- genius!! I'm going to have to try that as soon as possible!!!

I linked Miss Thrifty Nifty to my blog- that one idea alone is worth so much!!!

http://scrappyjedi.blogspot.com/

Tina said...

VERY cool ideas & implementation, Kara! I always love a thrifty alternative to buying something. :)

BabyBokChoy said...

oh no, now I'm going to want to try this, lol!!! It's a great way to use up paper stacks, lovely projects!

bekimarie said...

That sounds like a great idea hunni!
There's a flickr site which is quite fun to look at.
((hugs))
Beki xxx

Leah C said...

So very cute & clever!

Rachel said...

Thank you for giving me a good reason to go buy some fudgsicles!! That is the cutest bag I have seen! I will try and link you up tonight!

TxScrapAddict said...

I just looooove these projects! You are the queen of nifty thrifty for sure!!! Off to update my blog!!

zandra said...

Just dropping in from the blog party. Hugz, Z

Connie said...

I think your room is adorable and the instructions to make them into something else other that what they are intended is very creative, chick! I'll have to start saving my boxes now, sugar. Thanks for stopping by and visiting with me and leaving a comment. I appreciate them sooooo much.....
xoxo,
Connie

cindy said...

This is way cool! I get tired of spending bux on the ones at IKEA and these are way prettier! :D Thanks for the awesome tip.

-c
yapping cat