Nowadays, more and more people are becoming aware of the bad side of the fast fashion industry and searching for more sustainable options for their clothing—be it high-quality clothes with timeless design, thrift stores for secondhand and vintage that give unwanted clothes another try, or repairing, redesigning, and upcycling to give your old clothes a new twist. 38-year-old Jillian Owens transforms thrift-store clothing into brand-new looks to avoid buying from fast fashion retailers and save a lot ...
One guy designed and built a custom bottle cap bar top that would become the centerpiece of any room. He and his friends and family saved 2,530 beer caps over 5 years specifically for this project. The caps belong to domestic, craft, and import drinks. “The initial concept was to lay out an image comprised of bottle caps,” he said. “Then reality set in and we opted for the much easier gradient effect.” The selected sequence is called ROYGBIV (a sequence of hues, commonly described as making up a rainbow:...
Box of things can look like anything. We bring to your attention one more version of the product for the storage of various items. Compact boxes will allow you to store it anywhere in the house. Required Material: Plain cardboard box (ideally – with high sides); Fabric for decoration; Paper; Scissors or knife Chancery; Braid; Scotch
We all have those old useless CD’s still lying around. They may be the ones that ISP’s used to send out by the boatload, or maybe some old playlists from our pre-iPod days. It’s hard to toss them so why not use them for crafting? And seriously now, old Cd’s are craft supply perfection. They are free, and they are flashy. You will need: About 3 old CDs Scissors or tin snips (I used an old pair of scissors) Tacky glue (I used Fast Tack Tacky glue) Plastic 6 inch terra cotta color flower pot Black s...