Scented Sachets from Shirt Pockets as Handmade Gifts for Him

Scented Sachets from Shirt Pockets as Handmade Gifts for Him

Even though I’ve made repurposed drawer sachets once before, I had this spark of an idea and I simply had to share it with you. If you’ve been looking for ideas for handmade gifts for him (Father’s Day, Christmas, etc.) then these scented sachets are JUST what you’ve been waiting for. In other words, “Shirt Pocket Sachets”.Read more ›

Fireplace Decor with Upcycled Flannel Shirts on a Firewood Holder

Fireplace Decor with Upcycled Flannel Shirts on a Firewood Holder

Here we are- in JANUARY- with the holidays behind us and a new year before us. And in my constant quest for cozy home decor during the winter months, I decided that some fireplace decor was in order. Specifically…a firewood holder or fireplace log holder that had been given a cozy makeover using some flannel shirts from the thrift store.Read more ›

From Thrift Store Clothes to Wired Ribbon for a Harvest Wreath

From Thrift Store Clothes to Wired Ribbon for a Harvest Wreath

When you can’t find the craft product you need (or are dreaming of), you sometimes have to make your own. And that’s what happened when I was working on an autumn wreath or harvest wreath and I couldn’t find plaid ribbon. So, I started to mull over the idea of making my own wired ribbon by upcycling some thrift store clothes / used clothing.Read more ›

Repurposing T-Shirts into a DIY Cat Cave and Handmade Cat Toys

Repurposing T-Shirts into a DIY Cat Cave and Handmade Cat Toys

Your old t-shirts (or perhaps a favorite tee that has a stain or no longer fits) are absolutely IDEAL for upcycling into a DIY Cat cave and a few simple cat toys. I love using repurposed clothing in projects, but I rarely recycle t-shirts. But for this pet tent and kitty toy projects, the jersey knit fabric of t-shirts is positively ideal.Read more ›

“Sharp-Dressed” Wine Gift Bags from Upcycled Clothing

“Sharp-Dressed” Wine Gift Bags from Upcycled Clothing

Raise your hand if you appreciate a sharp-dressed man. Raise your other hand if you appreciate a sharp-dressed bottle of wine.

Both hands in the air? Then this project is for you!Read more ›