More ideas from Sarah
They also make lovely charms for a mobile. | 41 Ways To Reuse Your Broken Things

I love the idea of building a mobile from a branch. More substantial (and classier!) than an old wire hanger! I'd love to collect little things with Evie to hang on her mobile, choose ribbons, paint the branch whatever color she wanted.

Lengthen a dress or skirt with lace: | 20 Easy Tricks For Improving Vintage Clothes

could use this tutorial for lengthening a sweater too! Elemental Carbon: Lengthening a Dress with Lace // DIY.

Or a necklace: | 20 Easy Tricks For Improving Vintage Clothes

Necktie crafts are a fun way to make outdated men's ties cool and useful again! Check out these 10 DIY upcycled necktie crafts & tutorials for inspiration, then grab an old necktie and make something!

Turn a shoebox and magnifying glass into a smartphone projector. | 26 Cheap And Easy Ways To Have The Best Dorm Room Ever

This would be cool to set up a backyard movie theater. How-To: 5 buck Mobile Phone Projector. Neat low-tech tutorial on how to make a projector for your mobile phone using a shoebox, a paperclip, and a magnifying glass. MacGyver would be proud.

If you have a mini fridge, use empty tea cans to store spare pencils. | 26 Cheap And Easy Ways To Have The Best Dorm Room Ever

What a fun idea. Turn tea tins into fridge magnets! Or white board magnets. This just gave me a great idea.I have some vintage spice tins that are not displayed very well.I should just make them into magnets!