{Thrifty Thursday} 10 Terrific Goodwill Upcycles

10 Fabulous Goodwill Upcycle Projects

Hi friends! Welcome to Thrifty Thursday! Today I’m sharing with you some amazing Goodwill Upcycle projects that I have found that I knew you would love just as much as I d0! I’m trying to get my thrifty mojo back and find some upcycle inspiration for the new year. And what better way then to check out some other amazing projects? Let’s take a look!

Sweater Bag from goodwill sweater to messenger bag by craft nectar

Clock from Framesdouble framed clock by the hand me down house

Chalkboard Mirrorgoodwill mirror to chalkboard by fancy frugal life

Hutch Makeover hutch makeover by the goodwill gal
and ps – the goodwill gal makes over this hutch each season with items from Goodwill! you can check them out here!

Lamp Upcyclelamp makeover by delighting in today

Coffee Cartcoffee cart makeover by a lotta junk in my trunk

Dollhouse cd rack to dollhouse by the daily b

Owlowl upcycle by balancing home

Chandelier upcycled chandy by the tall chick

Deskdesk makover at wow! goodwill

Aren’t they fabulous? Do you feel the need to hit up your local Goodwill now? I know I do! Do you have any fun upcycle projects that you have done or are planning! Share it with us in the comments – I’d love to hear what you’re up to!

Kimberly Sneed
Hi, I'm Kimberly! A working mom, wife to my best friend and mother to two adorable boys. By day I'm a project manager and list-maker extraordinaire, and by night I attempt to make our house a home. I enjoy crafting/DIY, decorating, photography, thrifting and love to share my creative adventures with you!
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  1. Wow, look at you, so thrifty!

    xx
    Kelly
    Sparkles and Shoes

  2. My favorite find was a massive 70′s 9-drawer solid wood dresser. Of course it had the faux-oak finish, but also mitered corners on the drawers. I painted it antique white with a little yellow mixed in, then antiqued it with a dry brush of walnut stain. The stain settled in the dings and any further dings through the years have made it look even better. I use it as an entertainment center. I got the dresser plus two end-tables for $58. The end tables flank my bed. Another fave find was an antique banker’s chair to match a petite roll-top desk that I found. I’ve been an avid up-cycler for years.

  3. Great up-cycles. My fav’s are the lamps and clock-awesome!
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  4. This is awesome, I love all of the things that have been done just by purchases from Goodwill. I’ve done a few renovations to Goodwill pieces, but this gives me so much more inspiration! :)

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  5. Love it all! I can’t believe you remade them all from Goodwill. Our Goodwill has nothing but clothes and shoes :(

  6. aimymichelle says:

    love goodwill

  7. I found this desk on the curb a few streets over and turned it into a kitchen island. http://deeconstructed.com/bachelor-pad-island-makeover/

    I’m at The Will a few times a week. It amazes me how in the few hours I’m there the stuff turns over! That’s probably why I’m there for so long – you have to keep making loops around to see what else they’ve brought out! :)

    Btw – I just attempted to do the Instagram link up. I have no idea if I did it correctly. Let me know if you see a photo of my puppy under the covers. ~Dee @deeconstructed.com
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  8. Hello! Found you on the blog hop! Can’t wait to read your posts in the future. ;-)
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  9. Love me some Goodwill!! Thanks so much for gathering and sharing these upcycles!!

    Jenna @ rainonatinroof.com
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  10. This was a really fun post! I find myself wandering Goodwill trying to find a project and I can’t envision a darn thing! These were all so great!
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  11. Love these features! I love finding treasures at Goodwill! I am a new blogger and this is my favorite project!!! I purchased a large wooden $3 lamp from Goodwill. I painted and distressed with Annie Sloan Chalk paint and added a new shade from HomeGoods!

    http://www.oursouthernhomesc.com/2012/10/3-goodwill-lamp.html
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  12. Thanks for including my little owl. I had doubts spray paint could fix him. Glad I took a chance on him :).
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