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See how one hometalk blogger turned an old tractor tire rim into a cool piece of furniture.

Copy this look: Put a basic No. 2 pencil to the test in your home, using it to create table linens, fashions, glassware, and more.

On one secondhand store shopping trip, a decorating blogger found this rolling table, which will eventually serve as a bar cart in her home.

What would look better hanging over your farmhouse table than a cluster of Mason jar lights?

Throw your standard matchbox in the recycling bin, and opt for this adorable option instead. If you're feeling especially crafty, create a small hole in the striking lid for easier access to your matches.

Are the windows in your space dye-ing for a pick-me-up? Take a cue from one of our favorite DIYers, and add a fun pop of color with some inexpensive dye and cheap panels.

Turn the railings of your deck or porch into seating with repurposed crates or an old bench. Get the how to for making your own bench!

It was love at first sight when we spotted these gorgeous wax paper lights. Use them as a centerpiece for a summer party, then transition them to indoor decor once cooler weather hits.

Flower stamens and tissue paper add colorful embellishments to mini paper lanterns.

A DIY designed for the not-so-crafty, these lanterns require nothing more than colorful tissue paper and Mod Podge.

Frosted glass spray gives these easy leaf-themed lanterns an even more romantic ambience.

Intended as floral wedding decor, these embellished lanterns can also serve as bright and bold party decorations.

Next time you want to toss a tin can in the recycling bin, think again! Instead, save a few and turn them into adorable lanterns, perfect for lining a sidewalk or bordering a garden.

Exactly as its name suggests, these adorable lanterns channel the look of fireflies captured in a jar.

Sure, lights hanging from trees are pretty, but we love the idea of switching things up and glamming up a fence during a summer party. Plus, blogger Jordan Ferney provides you with the cutest patterned printouts as decorations.