- One man found a good way to make some extra money by using what others have thrown away
- A TikTok video shows the man using his skills to make items in bins more valuable as a way to make a living
- TikTok viewers were amazed by how the gent turned literal trash into treasure for his online shop
The video by the man received more than 100,000 likes. Online users were impressed that the man could see the vision out of the trash.
Man shows recycling business
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TikTok users applaud man's creativity
Many people were impressed by the man's handiwork and cutting glass. Netizens commented on the TikTok video, with some eager to make an order from him
"Will use it as a vase and put my flowers, your work is good my bro."
"Yessss my makeup brushes, veggie garden, making wigs, and currently learning to sew on a machine."
"How to order this? I'm in love with them."
"Oh my gosh this is beautiful."
"I just fell in love with it. "
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A guy with a degree showed people that he still has to make ends meet. The man posted a video of himself selling snacks by the roadside.
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Lady transforms Jacobs Coffee jars into fancy décor
Briefly News previously reported that a DIY enthusiast in Witbank embarked on a creative journey by upcycling empty Jacobs Coffee jars. Mzansi viewers were captivated by her ingenuity in reusing the empty coffee jars
The video of the lady's empty Jacobs Coffee canister makeover became a sensation. The clip garnered thousands of likes for the simple yet effective transformation of her home.
A woman @nomvulanelly1 shared a video of herself transforming Jacobs Coffee jars. Her first upcycling video got over 1 million views, and she used black and gold to change the jars' look. The lady did the transformation again but with white paint.
Source: Briefly News