When your a crafty creative person who loves to make your own home decor, you can spend a small fortune on supplies , so I’m always thinking up cheap and free project ideas that keep my costs under control.
With some creative thinking, a lot of the packaging our products from the grocery store come in can become beautiful home decor, and best of all, it doesn’t cost any extra money, since the packing comes with the food.
Some of my blogger friends and I have teamed up to show you lots of projects that can all be made with items from the grocery store, so let’s take a look at some Grocery Store to Gorgeous Decor!
Bottles, jars, boxes and cans – all of these items are the start of some wonderful home decor!
My family loves Starbucks drinks in glass bottles, and I’ve used them to make lots of projects, I’ll show you some of my favorites first. (Click on the bold links above each photo to view the full posts).
The same method was used on these bottles, with a new (FREE!) graphic.
The exact same method was used on this glass juice bottle.
This bottle was done with decoupage, rather than an image transfer, which is just as easy as the others.
I also did decoupage to repurpose small candle jars into apothecary jars.
Every so often we buy soda in glass bottles, but I often find vintage ones as well, so this is one way to repurpose them.
I also love repurposing tin cans. They are sturdy and make wonderful upcycled storage.
This wall organizer was one of my very favorites, and I use it constantly.
Tin cans also make wonderful hanging planters.
I have several free vintage tin can labels you can print and add to your cans.
I used one of those labels to make this Pallet Wood Wall Organizer.
You’d probably never guess what this was before I repurposed it, but it came from the grocery store too!
Be sure to check out what the rest of the Grocery Store to Gorgeous team made too!
Visit our hashtag #grocerystoretogorgeous on social media or click on the photos below to see each blogger’s project!