For the man who has everything, why not customize an inexpensive magnifying glass with a driftwood handle?
The gardener in your life might appreciate these garden markers made from vintage silver spoons.
These tiny shadowbox ornaments can be made from materials found in the recycling bin.
Raid you junk drawer to make a one-of-a-kind pendant, for that one-of-a-kind friend!
Learn to make three-dimensional stars in any size with this easy tutorial.
Looking for a pretty hostess gift? Try these upcycled thrifted coasters.
These tiny mitten ornaments make a perfect gift for grandmothers and moms -- or make several to use as gift tie-ons!
The bibliophile in you life will love a necklace made from upcycled leather and vintage book pages. Not a necklace wearer? Try adding a leather tome to a keychain!
The rock and gem collector in your family will love a wire wrapped crystal (or any stone or shell) pendant!
Here's another wire wrapping project using items from the hardware store.
Once you get bitten by the wire wrapping bug, it's hard to stop, so here's another fun project using glass gems, wire, and ribbon all from the dollar store!
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