While I was at home, with "nothing" to do, I started making wreaths, out of an old Baptist Hymnal. I made a large one for a friend, had some pages left over, so I made a smaller one for us. I still had pages left over. I ended up making 3 small ones, each had a different type of center. The small ones I made on leftover CD's, it worked perfect, the circle in the middle made a perfect stopping point, for the center. I might have to go Hymnal shopping at the used bookstores or at thrift shops. If you have one you don't want anymore, I could try it for an all ready made wreath! I am thinking of other things to do with the left over pages (covering a candle, adding to handmade cards, bookmarks, etc.)
I have been playing around with MDS2 and splitting my photos. I used to do this by hand. Take a photo and cut them into strips and then glue them back together again, just spacing them a part just a little. This way with MDS2 is so much easier and faster.
This is called a NOVEL WREATH.... OK I saw this somewhere on YouTube and just had to do it... I had an old book, some duct tape, a glue gun, and a piece of form board. A few hours later, this is what I ended up with. I like it. My one "problem" was, where to put it. So I took down my other wall art, and moved it to the bathroom (since it was made of toilet paper rolls and put this one up in the dining room.
I came across this on www.pinterest.com I have loads of these (unused in black or white) and didn't really know what to do with them. I did make covers for some to store ink markers and small stuff. BUT I thought this was a great idea. If not to keep things in, just to put pictures in. Let me know if you can think of more things to do.....