Inspired by a pricey display at Anthropologie, this clever crafter took some artistic license with a bunch of plain white plates — and the result is striking.
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I Heart Organizing
A black plastic basket wouldn't normally fit so well in a serene bedroom. But wrapped in rope, it transforms into chic storage.
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Cheesy plastic frames get a charming old-world look when painted in chalk paint (a cure-all for many DIY projects).
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Mod Podge Case
Patterned Tablet Case
Sometimes it seems like the only thing pricier than today's technology is all of the accessories you need to go with it. Here, a cheap case gets an upgrade with some sweet fabric.
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My Sister's Suitcase
A group of felt snowflakes mimic the look of a crocheted throw that you can easily display year-round.
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A Prudent Life
Simple glassware abounds at many dollar stores, but with a simple etching treatment, you can create a piece that looks custom.
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Creative Me Inspired You
Colorful Cake Stands
When paired with a simple plate, a candle stick (disguised with bright spray paint) makes a handy base for normally expensive kitchen accessories.
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The Social Home
A decorative (and functional) label turns inexpensive glass jars into an organizational masterpiece.
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With a sweet message, this dollar store watering can turns into the perfect end-of-year present for your kid's favorite teacher.
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We Lived Happily Ever After
Mini Gold Planters
Formerly juice glasses, these petite pots are more proof that gold spray paint can make anything look luxe.
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Lauren PiroSenior Web EditorOverseeing all things home for GoodHousekeeping.com and HouseBeautiful.com, Lauren swoons over midcentury design and employs tough-love approach to decluttering (just throw it away, ladies).