Blog Posts - Reuse



Design inspiration: 10 unique ways to refashion dining chairs

Last year was a great year for pre-loved furniture finds. I picked up these two retro solid wood dining chairs on ebay for a fiver. Aside from looking like they previously resided in Boredomsville, they’re in great condition. A lick …...
by Kimmy Rocket on Aug 28, 2015

Design inspiration: 10 unique ways to refashion dining chairs

Last year was a great year for pre-loved furniture finds. I picked up these two retro solid wood dining chairs on ebay for a fiver. Aside from looking like they previously resided in Boredomsville, they’re in great condition. A lick …...
by Kimmy Rocket on Aug 28, 2015

15 Ways To Reuse Skateboards

Skateboards were invented sometime in the 1940’s and 1950’s. From that time on, skateboards have been affiliated with surfers and teens throughout the worlds. With 11-14 million skateboarders in the USA, and with the average skateboarder...
by Green Eco Services on Aug 26, 2015

This Is (for) The Pits

I may have told you guys that I switched to natural deodorant a while back. I had some luck with it, but I wasn’t in love. Of the ones I purchased, I liked Meow Meow Tweet’s by far the best. But I couldn’t help noticing that the ingredient list...
by Trailpolish on Aug 25, 2015

The Stool Series: Kalea – the bright and summery one.

The Stool Series…”what an ominous title”, you might think. Rest assured, it is stools of the furniture variety that I’d like to share with you. Kalea, so named for her Hawaiian feel, is the first in a collection of pre-loved &...
by Kimmy Rocket on Aug 24, 2015

The Stool Series: Kalea – the bright and summery one.

The Stool Series…”what an ominous title”, you might think. Rest assured, it is stools of the furniture variety that I’d like to share with you. Kalea, so named for her Hawaiian feel, is the first in a collection of pre-loved &...
by Kimmy Rocket on Aug 24, 2015

4 Money Saving Tips for Senior Citizens Day

Senior Citizen’s Day is coming! It’s August 21st. The observance was established as a way of honoring the senior citizens of our communities. The day also brings awareness to social, health, and economic issues facing the elderly. This p...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Aug 17, 2015

Why You Should Never Center a Design on a DIY Project

It is amazing how a few brushstrokes of paint can totally transform a piece of old furniture. By merely changing the color, you can make what started as junk in the trash into a whimsical piece...
by Condo Blues on Aug 13, 2015

Purchases & Acquisitions: July 2015

Even though things were crazy last month (and continue to be so) I was still able to find time to do a little shopping... I am talented like that.Clementine - $29.48 (gift card)yellow and pink t shirt, Lilly Pulitzer Ashby - $45.28 (se...
by 260 Days No Repeats on Aug 3, 2015

20 DIY Earphone Cases

I’m more likely to listen to music on my phone if I have earphones with me. Unfortunately most of my earphones sit all by themselves in a drawer. Even the cute painted earphones I made over (read the...
by Condo Blues on Jul 30, 2015

DIY: How to Decorate and Paint Earphones

Back to School season is a great time to buy office supplies.  It is also a tempting a time. Sometimes the logical The Greenest Thing is What You Already Own side of my brain and the computer IT geek...
by Condo Blues on Jul 28, 2015

Reuse Cars: 11 Crashed Car Art Sculptures

Living in the United States we are car/oil dependent. Autodata stated that 16.5 million new cars were sold in 2014 and it is estimated that 10 million cars are recycled annually. That is a lot of cars on the roads and a lot cars being scrapped. There...
by Green Eco Services on Jul 27, 2015

Mmm a nice relaxing bath of cucumbers and courgettes!

Raised beds are a great way to grow vegetables. They keep everything growing where it is meant to be, are easy to maintain and slow the slugs down (a bit). A few years ago my husband made some for our kitchen garden and I asked myself the question of...
by Eco Thrifty Living on Jul 27, 2015

Landscaping Budget Hack: Use a Tool Lending Libarary

It seems strange to start a landscaping project in late July instead of May but Mother Nature isn't giving us much choice. Ohio has the opposite water problem California has - too much rain. The...
by Condo Blues on Jul 26, 2015

7 Back to School Craft Projects

I always think of Back to School season as an unofficial New Year's Day. It is full of new possibilities and new school clothes, shoes, and supplies. My parents bought me new consumable school...
by Condo Blues on Jul 23, 2015

9 Ft Marlin Sculpture Is Made From Beach Trash

We all know that plastic is ruling our lives as well as ruining our oceans and beaches. Plastic drink bottles, children toys, packaging from the aforementioned and food, is making plastic soup. There are a few companies that are giving back to save...
by Green Eco Services on Jul 15, 2015

Course Correction: Deserted Golf Greens into Solar Power Plants

Derelict putting greens will be put to greener uses in Japan, where an abandoned golf course near Kyoto is being converted to the area’s largest solar ...
by WebUrbanist on Jul 11, 2015

How to Repair a Quad Lawn Chair

One of Husband’s coworkers has a big neighborhood Fourth of July parade party and cookout.The day before we were busy prepping for the Fourth. We shoved every reusable ice pack (similar to this one)...
by Condo Blues on Jul 6, 2015

12 Favorite Summer Craft Projects

Summer is in full swing. I am loving it! Warm summer days are excellent DIY and craft project weather. Here are a few of my favorite summer craft projects that are not only clever but useful...
by Condo Blues on Jul 1, 2015

Sauvée d'un accident de voiture par sa généreuse poitrine

http://fr.canoe.ca/infos/insolite/archives/Grâce à sa poitrine de taille 38JJ la femme s'en tire avec seulement quelques ecchymoses.Photo Fotolia26-06-2015 | 16h57PETERBOROUGH, Royaume-Uni - Une femme de 28 ans percutée par une voiture a eu la vie...
by Information sur la Politique on Jun 28, 2015


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