Decorating your home doesn’t have to be expensive. All you need is a quick trip to your local thrift store and a little creativity. If you need some inspiration, check out these quick and easy thrift store crafts.
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There’s nothing quite as nice as giving something new life that might have ended up in a landfill otherwise. You can save money and the environment at the same time. I love heading to the local thrift shops to find craft supplies and old items to redo. Refinishing furniture is a lot of fun too.
Here’s a collection of awesome thrift store flips. Follow the link to check out the tutorials on how to replicate the project yourself!
Decorate your home on a budget with quick and easy DIY thrift store crafts. All you need is a little imagination and maybe a little elbow grease and you can turn someone else's trash into your treasures!
Old mirrors are another thing that you will usually find in abundance at thrift stores. The great thing about this project is you don't even need the mirror to turn it into a beautiful DIY chalkboard. Try to find one with an ornate frame for added interest.
Driftwood crafts are so popular and look great with any home decorating style. You can pick up glass votives at thrift stores, yard sales, or probably your own basement. Just hot glue driftwood to the glass and you have a pretty candle holder for just a couple of dollars. If you don't have driftwood, you could even use
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