Make easy and inexpensive concrete pumpkins by putting a layer of Henry FeatherFinish skimcoat over Styrofoam pumpkins from a thrift store.
Junk turkey season is here! I'm digging into my cache of collected kitchen castoffs and assembling them into something resembling a Thanksgiving bird.
You know how some people look at clouds and see animals or objects in them? That's how I look at thrift store kitchen gadgets. Except instead of seeing animal or objects, I see turkey parts.
If it's November, it's time to make the Thanksgiving bird. Here are the ingredients I used to make mine: And here's what he ended up looking like when he was all done: I call him "TurkeyBot 2018." The idea for this guy started with a vintage aluminum juicer that I found in a thrift store. …
I made a Joker costume out of a few thrifted suit pieces and two bottles of purple paint.