Looking for a DIY project? Find it at Goodwill. Not only can you find unique décor, furniture and fashion, but you can also get creative and add your own special touch to your Goodwill finds. With endless project ideas, you’ll be able to create something at an affordable price.
Customize furniture into the perfect accent piece or create your own fashionable look that’s one of a kind. Whatever you decide, we are here to help.
Continue visiting this page for great do-it-yourself project ideas. We will share easy to do project periodically to help inspire your crafty side.
DIY: No-Sew DIY T-Shirt Project
We shared some simple no-sew t-shirt modification ideas from some of our favorite blogs. Having just found a Sounders FC shirt at Goodwill that I liked—but didn’t quite fit as well as I liked—I decided to try my hand at the DIY Workout Shirt from Rabbit Food for my Bunny Teeth. Read More >>
Thanks to the endless wealth of DIY projects found on the internet, those wedding décor projects don’t need to be difficult or break the budget to create the perfect look for your big day. Here are ten of our favorite wedding DIY projects. Read More >>
10 things to do on a rainy PNW day
Here in northwestern Washington, we endure many-a-rainy day. (And we try not to let the word get out about the gorgeous summers, and distinct lack of snow and freezing temperatures.) We weather the weather, sometimes begrudgingly, forgetting that it’s these rainy winters that give way to the luscious green and snow-capped peaks that we admire on the sunny days. Read More >>
Baking with Goodwill: Lemon Drop Bars
When it comes to summertime staple baked goods, lemon bars rank high on the list. They’re far easier to make from scratch than you may realize, and you might even have all the ingredients you need if you keep basic baking supplies stocked in your pantry. My recipe below is equally delicious as it is easy!
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