Summer's outdoor entertaining calls for keeping drinks cool, but budget options aren't all that attractive. Ashley from Shanty 2 Chic turned a basic styrofoam cooler into a stylish solution that doesn't diminish your décor.
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This reclaimed picnic table comes courtesy of the Instructables Green Design contest. Katie Jackson and Lilah Crews-Pless submitted a tutorial for a table and bench set made entirely of scrap wood (minus the table legs, which were purchased new).
When you upcycle clothing you are not only saving yourself money and cutting down on the amount of stuff that is thrown away, but you are creating a one of a kind item, whether it be a piece of clothing, a bag, or something decorative for your home.
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