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Goodwill DIY Projects

Some GREAT ideas for things you can find at Goodwill. Go be crafty and DIY!

Easy Way To Make a Spring Frame This may be the perfect frame for me to make for the little art quilt I have in mind for my daughter's new home....HINT: Her name is ...(drum roll)... ROBIN

Glue random small items together, spray paint all one color and attach to mirror. Perfect dollar store project, and would look cool in a bright colour for kids using dinosaurs or other small toys.

DIY Glitter Tray - Fun with Resin and Glitter

A great idea for a valentine's day gift for the girls! Thrifted shoes, and flowers!

Sweet hearts, inspired by old time sailor's valentines. Find bobbles, fabrics and attachments at Goodwill.

Creative Wind Chime

DIY::Gorgeous Goodwill Makeovers - Excellent Resource ! Has Every Imaginable Painting Technique Tutorial! Plus Tons of tips, and ideas! Absolute best way to have a High End Styled beautiful home decor on a Low budget !

Fun video, how to decoupage a poster to a thrift store dresser. #DIY

Print pictures on old book pages. This...actually looks cool.

DIY White Faux Ceramic and Milk Glass Vases

old chair 'recaned' with belts from thrift store! - I haven't picked up cool chairs because they had no seats, this looks like a very cool idea to try. Going to keep my eyes out for some interesting looking chairs.

This is an art installation, but a trip to Goodwill for frames, a ball of twine, and some pages pulled from an art book and you've DIY 'd this!

PAINTING FURNITURE TUTORIAL... a great DIY blog ot look at later, too

Crayon art on thrifted canvas, wood, or mirror! Masking tape for the initial and crayon shavings randomly placed around the paper. Place wax paper over it all and melt with a hot iron. After it dries, peel off the tape and voila!

Map in gold painted on furniture... love this!

plastic toys, wood blocks, spray paint

silverware mirror - yep, totally going to do this.

Turn a necktie into a Camera Strap #DIY #tutorial