Creations, Crafting with what you have

 

These days at home should be cherished

It is a wonderful time to really get creative!

Challenge yourself to create something new from what you have around the house

Or order online from Michaels and get curbside pick-up

 

 

 

Decoupage is a wonderful way to have fun,

be creative, and turn something old into something new

All you need is a bottle, jar, or container,

paper, napkins, magazines, books, or even pages from your sketch book

If you don’t have Mod Podge or decoupage glue,

make your own by diluting white glue with water  here

 

Decoupage Bottle

 

Birthday Bottles

 

 

Bottle Beauty

 

 

Transform with Paint and Glue

 

Picnic Basket

 

 

 

Summer Color

 

 

 

Crazy Bead Bowl

 

 

Gold Glamour Tray

 

 

 

Bottle Bling

 

 

 

Sweet Sue

 

Chargers

Embellished Chargers

 

 

Painted Patterned Chargers

 

 

 

Watermelon Chargers

 

 

 

Chef MacPig

 

 

Something Old to Something New

 

 

Monogrammed Side Table

 

 

Jar Lid

 

 

 

So look around, put your creative hat on, and have some fun!

Turn Something Old into Something New!!

 

Comments
24 Responses to “Creations, Crafting with what you have”
  1. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Jenna, you are so talented! The monogrammed table is beautiful! You have given us some wonderful ideas for keeping busy. Take care, and enjoy your day!!!

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  2. It is a perfect time to upcycle something old into something new. You are an inspiration.

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  3. Cyndi Raines says:

    Love the table make-over, the new look for the picnic basket and the blingy chargers. So many great ideas. I have a few projects rumbling in my head along with some deep house cleaning, some good reading planned, not to mention yard work on the nice days. Lots to do to keep our minds busy. Thank you for the creative inspiration!

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  4. lghiggins says:

    I love your creative ideas–recycling at its best!

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  5. Jenna, your creative mind and hands never stop! As a young bride, I took a decoupage class at American Handicrafts (do you remember that chain) in my local mall. The instructor was excellent and I made a beautiful box-type purse. I wish I had kept it. I need to get crafty again. The monogrammed table is perfect!

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  6. thefrenchhutch says:

    Great artsy projects to keep you busy and they are gorgeous. Doing some much need organizing here and reading. Working on a new post, anything to keep busy and not thing about all that’s going on! Stay well Jenna………

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  7. pattyanneart says:

    So many great ideas and cool projects, Jenna. It’s always fun to have a few projects going. 🌸💚

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  8. What a wonderful idea! I love how many options. And heaven knows, if there’s anything in this house, it’s craft and art supplies. I just wish I could host an art day!

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  9. creationsbycindyphotography.blogspot.com says:

    Jenna, If I had just one inkling of the talent that you have…girl….I’d post three times a day! LOL! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  10. Kitty says:

    Thank you for sharing all the creative ideas with us, Jenna. I love your polka dot goblets in your previous post. They look so pretty with your new platter.
    Stay safe and well. 😘

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  11. Nancy says:

    Oh how I love coming over to see your brilliant creations! These are fun creations!

    I have been making my felts. Making Strawberries right now.

    Stay well my friend!

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  12. Great inspiration! I think I will bling out some bottles, I certainly have a lot of them these days!

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