This list of great DIY goodwill projects for fun upcycles or makeover projects exemplifies that one of the biggest trends these days is to repurpose or upcycle trash to treasure finds. Anything from furniture to decorator items. What fun it is to take an item and turn it into something totally different like I did with this Wire Teacup Garden Stake! Of course, some of the best places to find these great items is at the Goodwill stores, thrift stores and garage sales. Sometimes you will even find things sitting out in the neighbor’s trash!
After you check out these 22 Gorgeous Goodwill Makeovers be inspired by browsing additional home and garden projects!
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22 Gorgeous DIY Goodwill Projects
There are so many fun makeover projects to be found at your local Goodwill or thrift shop. In fact, the list of DIY Goodwill projects is a perfect example of how you can utilize something so inexpensive to create amazing home decor that is unique and budget-friendly.
Check out some of our other favorite DIY projects from around the web! So many amazing things you can do with a bit of paint, nails, glue and ingenuity. Grab some Modpodge, a few paint brushes and some of our favorite paints and create some fun and unique items everyone will love!
Before you head to the thrift store you can print out this FREE PRINTABLE THRIFT STORE SHOPPING GUIDE!
More info on the FREE PRINTABLE GUIDE below!
When it comes time to consider shopping at your local Goodwill store for a few items to upcycle, don’t forget to come back and check out our extensive list of amazing and simple DIY Goodwill projects. From simple upcycled lamps and dressers to ornate chandeliers and beautiful lighting or decor for your garden we have you covered. Nothing is as much fun as finding that one piece of decor that someone else thought was junk and turning it into your own personal treasure.
Before you head to the thrift store you can print out this FREE PRINTABLE THRIFT STORE SHOPPING GUIDE! Print it out and jot down a few notes and items you might be looking for and place the guide in your purse or pocket while you thrift! Great for garage sale shopping too!