Most of you know I write a column on upcycling for Two-Lane Livin‘. I started in 2015, sharing many of the ideas I had, along with improvements on things I learned elsewhere. I cobbled together 15 of my projects into a small book titled Everyday Upcycle; 15 projects from everyday items. It will be available through Amazon and Kindle. I hope to have it ready by October 1.
In the 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.
If you are interested in reviewing the book, shoot me an email.