6 thoughts on “How to Recycle a Clear Box Top to Bookcase Accessory

  1. Hi, I just love this and cannot wait to try it. Found your blog thanks to your comment on the Cedar Hill blogpost today. I too started out mid-January, actually I started in October but only for friends, I made the decision to go public as it were mid January, so I know just how you are feeling, one minute euphoria and the next wondering why I am doing it! But I know it will all be worth it, the comments make it so worthwhile. Do come on over and take a look at my blog and follow if you like. Good luck and have a great weekend. Susan 🙂


  2. OMGosh! This is so great to see. I also read the comment from ourfrenchoasis. Good for you ladies. I am so trying to figure out how to do this. Blog. Time will tell. Love your tape idea. The display is perfect. Some day I will change my personal email name. It is over 15 years old. It seems so silly now, but it has a story to it.


  3. What a great idea, nice to use what you have rather than going out and buying something specific.

    Reading about your newbie blog Anita’s blog is one of many things i’ve read this week that is inspiring me to get back into it.



  4. Pingback: 10 Tips for Making Pottery Barn Inspired Bookcase Accessories | The Chelsea Project

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