DIY penny flooring $1.44 a sq ft. Think how much "copper flooring" would cost!

Penny Tile Floor at the Standard Hotel

aprons made from a man's shirt

how to make a man's shirt into an apron, diy apron from old shirt, How to Make Men's Dress Shirt Apron, DIY Apron From An Old Shirt

25 Things to Do with Old Jeans

25 Things to Do With Old Jeans

DIY: 25 Things to Do with Old Jeans - tutorials & patterns for some of the projects gifts

upcycled door cut in half at 45º angles to make this corner shelf <3

Take an old door, cut it in half, add shelves.I love this! Great idea for corner shelf

Capsules walks you through a step-by-step process to create a mini, versatile capsule wardrobe.

Fun way to play around with the idea of simplifying to a capsule wardrobe. Capsules walks you through a step-by-step process to create a mini, versatile capsule wardrobe.

People are so clever.

Re-use plastic bottle tops to tightly seal food bags. Cut off wide-mouth plastic bottle top just at crest. save the cap. slip over bag opening. top toward the open end. Fold bag over bottle mouth. cap with re-used bottle top. easy to seal and pour!

Plastic bottle green house. Smart!  http://www.stbernadettesschool.eu/links/green.html

hippychick's adventure to sustainable happiness: recycled bottle greenhouse & basil and string beans for breakfast

Reuse the plastic mesh bags such as those that hold potato by turning them into pot scrubbers.  Recycle!  Link has many other tips for reusing and natural cleaners!

Surprising Cleaning New Uses

Mesh Vegetable Bag as Dish Scrubber: Repurpose the bag that held your potatoes to remove caked-on food from dishes. Wad the mesh into a ball, add soap & water, and scrub away.

Shoe box tops wrapped in different fabrics. Cheaper than using canvases.

Playing follow the leader with needle and thread

fabric wrapped canvases (or shoe box tops).awesome idea if you don't have any canvases or just don't want to spend the money on them. I think I might try to cover some shoe box tops.

Cool the kids off with this homemade sprinkler. Take a 2 liter soda bottle, and poke holes in it.  Hook your hose up to it, toss over a tree branch and turn on the water! LOL...Brilliant!

Take a 2 liter soda bottle, poke holes in it. Attach to a garden hose. Toss over a tree branch and let hang for a kids water sprinkler. You can loop it over a tree branch and let kids bat it around for more watery fun!

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