Upcycled and Repurposed DIY Jewelry Projects

Upcycled and Repurposed DIY Jewelry Projects

Designing and creating my own one-of-a-kind jewelry from any number of vintage or thrifted items is one of my favorite pastimes. In fact, I can’t even recall the last time I bought costume jewelry at a big box store! I love the feeling of wearing something unusual and unique…and my DIY accessories are such mood lifters from the compliments I receive. So I decided to dig through the Sadie archives and round up 10 of my all-time favorite upcycled jewelry projects to hopefully spark your creative imagination! This post contains affiliate links for your crafting convenience.

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Organization: The Easiest Upcycle

Organization: The Easiest Upcycle

Earlier this month, I did a repurposing-based video shoot for a local thrift store. I was able to choose the theme of it (beyond just upcycling and repurposing) and because it was in the earliest days of January, I chose to focus on Organization. “Getting organized” is often a New Year’s resolution for folks, and I don’t know about you, but getting organized sounds a lot more fun that losing weight or saving money!Read more ›

Vintage Curtain Tie Back Holiday Necklace

Vintage Curtain Tie Back Holiday Necklace

Once of the first treasures that I purchased at the 2014 Country Living Fair in Atlanta, GA were these two curtain tieback pins. They probably date back to the ‘40s or ‘50s, and at the time, I really didn’t know what I’d do with them.

Vintage curtain tie back to be repurposed into a festive Christmas holiday necklace by Sadie Seasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

Hmmmm…these have potential to be repurposed, no?

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Flour Power Spool Jewels

Flour Power Spool Jewels

I have what you might call a *thing* for old wooden spools. And by thing, I mean “mild obsession”, but there are just so many crafting possibilities with them! Case in point: these cutesy, kitschy necklaces.Read more ›

Re-Scarf Rescue: The New Necklace

Re-Scarf Rescue: The New Necklace

I am a hard-core scarf person; once the weather cools down, a long flowy number becomes my best friend and go-to accessory. Long, short, thick, thin, in any number of colors, prints, and fabrics…I have a growing collection.Read more ›