Easy #Upcycled Rope Basket

How fabulously unique could this DIY rope basket from HomeyOhMy be when created from vintage clothes line, fishing rope or even twisted up scraps of sturdy fabric?

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Amy’s awesome sweater #refashion

Get the easy tute behind this frumpy to fabulous sweater refashion over on Amy Nicole Studio:

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Kate’s #upcycled advent calendar

How fab is this upcycled advent calendar from Kate’s Creative Space?

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Katerina’s 3 #upcycled choker #DIYs

Katerina shares 3 fab methods for creating the returning 90’s choker trend on her self-titled blog:

“All the equipment needed for the chokers below are things that you just might have lying around the house already. Give these simple DIY chokers a try & let me know how you like them!”

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Emily’s Lovely #DIY Doily Hem Jeans

Emily shares her brilliant use for those doilies lurking on your stash over on Blue Umbrella Lane:

“I bought these jeans at a local op shop for $5 and the lace is from a $3 doily I found at the same op shop. Doilies are fantastic to use for lace refashions, as they’re generally made out of a tougher lace fabric and hold their shape really well.”

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Troy’s #NoSew Applique #Refashion

The always gorgeous Troy of Thriftanista in the City shares her no sew method for brightening up a boring top:

“I made an appliqué out of vintage fabric and added it to a standard issue thrift store shell top for a small and colorful change. I love bold colors. The psychedelic print of a too big vintage barkcloth muumuu captivated me so much that stored it in my fabric stash.”

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Julie’s #Upcycled Floral Bangle

Take a peek at how Julie took a thrift shop bracelet from boring to brilliant over on Sum of their Stories:

“An old wooden bangle given a makeover with pretty notepaper. This is now a year old so I am confident it is an upcycle that will stand the test of time.”

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