I thought I would take some time to do a bit of a post about some of the fabulous upcyclers that I come across. I keep finding the most amazing creations made from old or unused things so thought I would do a post to shout out to some of these fantastic artists. So here goes . . .
A gorgeous upcycle of a toddlers tunic made from an old top! This is by xoxo grandma - just click on the link to pop across to a whole load of sewing fabulousness! I love the gathering on this and the belt is too cute!
A sweater from a charity shop to a gorgeous bag - the detail on this is fantastic! Pop over to visit Gina at Gina's craft corner
Here is a bright funky skirt made from old jeans and trousers! I think both will get loads more use now! This is from angel joy - hippy chick a blog filled with a whole variety of thoughts and ideas!
A fab accessory to any outfit here! Pop across to this link from Vicky over at her blog - lots of fun ideas to see!
A bit of a smarter upcycle here and executed so very well! A bridesmaids dress into a cute skirt that can be dressed up or down! Perfect from ChiChi - pop over and explore!
And in the tone of my last blog post here is another tutorial on how to upcycle t-shirts in pants! These ones are for your little ones but it's adaptable to any size! I love those teddy bears! This is from Irene over at Serger Pepper - a fantastic seamstress with loads of ideas and trouble shooting thoughts!
And here is the most surprising upcycle that never would have occurred to me but totally works. An umbrella upcycled into a bike bag! Fabulous idea and complete with lights from Green Issues by Agy
This comes from Callaloux Bikoux and you can buy these lovely things on facebook so pop across and say hi!
Well I hope you have enjoyed my little wander around some fellow bloggers work - I certainly have. Do pop across to their blogs and shops and give them a follow or a like. I think this post represents what I love so much about upcycling really well - reduce waste and be super creative and innovative while your at it!
I hope you feel inspired - till next time! :)