About the author:
Robin A Holstein was born in Charleston, West Virginia to a coal mining father and stay-home mother, and grew up in Diamond, West Virginia. She writes about life; past, present, business, personal, and more.
15 projects using everyday items.
Robin A Holstein
Do you have mounds of items you know could make great things? Are you scrapped for cash and looking for easy ways to make gifts? Does your desire for unique decorating ideas clash with available cash in your wallet?
In Everyday Upcycle: 15 projects using everyday items you will learn to make fun and environmentally friendly decorations and gifts.
Small business owner, author, and writer of TwoLane Livin’s monthly column Everyday Upcycle, Robin Holstein shares quick and easy crafting ideas using materials found in almost every home. She encourages her readers to take advantage of what they have instead of buying new from big-box stores.
In this slim volume you will learn:
- Turn children’s pants into flowerpot bottoms
- Mark your plants with flatware
- Salvage broken mini-blinds
- Help a little seamstress
You know that jelly jar has more life in it. If you are looking for ways to reduce waste but need ideas and instruction, with 13 full color images this is the book for you.
- Publication Date:
- 1537550659 / 9781537550657
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Full Color
- Related Categories:
- Crafts & Hobbies / Decorating