So this is more of an upcycle/recycle than refurbish, however, it was still less than $5 for the initial object and under $10 for the over all diy. So here we go!
Everyone ends up throwing away countless empty toilet paper rolls. And sometimes you find yourself with a large empty space on your wall- yet most wouldn’t think that the two could come together in a way that would be desirable. By cutting down the little tubes and gluing them together in a fairly artistic way, you create an organic wall piece. I decided to spend the $2 on black spray paint to fit my decor. All in all, I’d say that I really only spent the $2 plus tax since I only had to be patient to accumulate the amount of tubes that I needed and I’ve always got Elmer’s stored away somewhere. Happy hunting fellow bargainers!