50 Impossibly Cute DIYs You Can Make with Things You are About to Recycle

31 Egg Carton Organizers

Egg Carton Organizers31. Egg Carton Organizers: I’m pretty sure that most people put “get organized” on their new years resolution list. And if you do this super easy project, BAM! You’re already getting organized. Seriously, its really, really easy…. and so pretty! Enjoy!Supply List:+ Egg cartons (mini or regular)+ Spray paint (or acrylic)+ Scissors+ Jewelry, coins + knick-knacks1. Put eggs in a safe place. Or eat them all for breakfast.2. Cut off top and side flap of carton.3. Spray paint cartons your favorite color. LET DRY! (It takes awhile….)4. Fill with your favorite things. Perfect for your dresser, nightstand, or desk.Looking for a New Years Resolution to follow?All month we’re helping you achieve these different goals. Let’s do this! (via walk in love.)

32 Straw Backdrop

Straw Backdrop32. Straw Backdrop: This weeks DIY includes a rad new way to use straws that is perfect for wedding decor or a photo booth backdrop! Our newest DIY contributor The Confetti Committee crafted up this colorful straw backdrop above and is sharing how to make it! The use of straws gives off a fun drapery effect and I [] (via Green Wedding Shoes)

33 Kaleidoscopic Berry Baskets

Kaleidoscopic Berry Baskets33. Kaleidoscopic Berry Baskets: I don’t know about your neck of the woods, but around here, its strawberry season. In case I didn’t mention it, I love strawberries. And strawberries on sale are even better. If I let myself, I could eat a whole box in one sitting. As is I probably polish off two boxes a week (via Aunt Peaches)

34 Recycled Yellow Pages Card Holder

Recycled Yellow Pages Card Holder34. Recycled Yellow Pages Card Holder: Its that time of year in my neighborhood, piles of phone books in yellow plastic bags on every porch. With the Internet at our disposal these pages of (via greenUPGRADER)

35 Crocheted Grocery Bag Shoes

Crocheted Grocery Bag Shoes35. Crocheted Grocery Bag Shoes: Crocheted grocery bag shoes! (Now with an attempt at a tute!) – CROCHET – MAKE magazine had some cool links about crocheting big tote bags with old grocery bags (check out http://www.marloscrochetcorner.com/round%20plastic%2 (via Craftster)

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