I am very budget conscious, but the Regina Mills in me still loves the idea of a gorgeous magazine showroom floor that fits my style and doesn't break the piggy bank. This is what I like to call Decoratizing. It's another part of me.
I have always been fascinated by interior decorating. Even growing up I had this thing for creating my personal space to fit my love for beautiful homes both inside and out.
Yet I have also been fascinated by the design and creativity that goes into handmade works of art.
As many of my readers already know, I've been crafting and sharing my works of art for quite some time now.
I have even went as far as selling some of my creations. From upcycled jars to magazine coiled coasters to paper mache bowls, so far my recycled pieces have been loved by many.
Recycling is the greatest way to not only keep our environment greener, but also a cheap and practically free way to decorate our homes. Plus, if you're really good at it, it's a great way to make some extra money as a side hobby or recycled crafts business for the really serious crafters.
Below is a good example of a great recycled piece I recently created using magazines that were free and paint, glue and smoothing clay I already had.
If you're interested in how to make your own paper mache bowl or you want to learn more about my creations, please feel free to leave me a comment.