COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
|Win Hobbycraft voucher with bedroom storage maker|
For me, plain boring wooden storage boxes have the most potential, especially if old and dated as these can be covered in chalkboard paint, comic book pages or one of my favourites - Harry Potter pages and give you that new WOW factor again.
Let me know your tips/tricks for upcycling or revamping your home. You can either:
Leave a comment on this blog post
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Tweet me @RachaelJessBlog with #RJRevamp or
Drop me an email mail@Rachaeljess.com
Lots of choice but only 1 entry per person please.
I will update this post with my favourite tips by 31st July, and from that list choose my overall favourite. That tip will then be added to Bedroom Storage Maker's blog and not only will you be credited for your tip but you will also receive a £25 Gift Voucher - how does that sound?
Look forward to reading your tips, good luck xoxo
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The prize is for 1 £25 voucher for Hobbycraft
This competition is open to UK residents only.
No cash alternative is available
The winner will receive the prize direct from Receptional Marketing.
By entering this competition you are agreeing to send your email and address to RachaelJess.com
All entries will be checked.
If no response from the winner after 2 weeks another winner will be drawn.
My favourite tips from my readers :
Cate: I upcycled some milk cartons and bottles in to this water wall for the kids
Jennifer: My tip would be to use keep old clothes to make into new things. Baby clothes make gorgeous quilts... I still have my maternity dresses that I plan on using to make some nice dresses for my daughter.
Esther: My tip is to salvage fabric squares from old clothes- baby clothes are nice as they have sentimental value, and upcycle them into new blankets and cushions
Natasha:I love using toilet rolls in crafts. I have made some toilet roll kids candles, I have used them as seedling trays. But my favourite thing I have made with them was my toilet roll advent calendar.
Jennie: My latest up-cycle project has been painting used car tyres with bright masonry paint and then stacking them up as plant fillers and bird baths.
I wish I had more vouchers, there were so many great tips, but my favourite thrifty up-cycling tip is:
I use old clothes to make cushions or toys for cats and
donate them to an animal sanctuary
Congratulations Jenni, you've won yourself £25 Hobbycraft voucher.