1. To live economically, yet deliciously fabulous!
I'm not braggin', I'm just sayin'....I am your guest blogger today at Someday Crafts and I could not be more thrilled! I mean really, does it get better than this? I LOVE Someday Crafts! It is my go-to blog for inspiration and ideas and blog parties!
So, here I am, Frugalicious Me, sailing through the French Rivera! Well not really, it's the Newport Beach Harbor, but a Frugalicious girl's got to dream, right? My name is Tasha and I am a wife and mother of 3. My home is filled with 4 (I'm chopped liver at my house) of THE MOST talented and artistic people I know. There is always paint, paper, canvases, & pencils, everywhere and I LOVE it!
But enough about them already, this day is really all about me! So, about me... I have great taste, just ask me. I also live on a budget like most but the combination of the two don't stop me! I created Frugalicious Me to inspire and encourage other women to embrace a creative and beauty filled home and life, while not breaking the bank. With a little savviness and ingenuity, you can live the luxe life, Frugaliciously, of course!
Here is a Frugalcious idea to upcycle any type
of container you'd like using fabric or paper scraps.
I used these great tins that my usual dishwasher detergent has been coming in. I knew I could not possibly just throw it away and imagine my thrill when I went back for more detergent and they still had the tins!!! You could use any type or size of containers for this project! The sky's the limit! I used fabric, but you could also use paper, however, keep in mind, that you may use your tins with water, and the fabric is more forgiving.
|DIY Chandelier Crystal Necklaces|
|Upcycled Twine Wrapped Bottles|
Thanks to Michelle and her tech guru Kim for letting me host today at here at Someday Crafts! I had the time of my blog-life! I'd love for you to stop by and visit Frugalicious Me for more frugalicious & fabulous ideas and insiprations!
THANKS, Tasha for showing us how to turn something we would probably throw away into something beautiful and frugalicious. I love that word and will start using it in my vocabulary! Stop by Frugalicious Me today!