If there’s a way to clean up your wardrobe with new fashion clothes would you do it? Now you can do it with some tips and tricks and with the clothes you already have. Very few of those tricks will require you a needle and thread. Most refashioning hacks will require you only a scissor.
HERE are 33 Clever Ways to Refashion Your Clothes.
Bored of wearing the same tshirt again and again? This is a list which you can get ideas to transform your tshirt into a new stylish top within minutes. Some do need some sewing skills but most of them are diy no sew techniques.
Check out this list. You’ll be amazed at how many ways you have to bring a new style into your tshirt.
HERE is the list on 41 Insanely Easy Ways To Transform Your Shirts For Summer.
Although we like to wear new clothes everyday, sometimes we can’t because our wardrobe is full of old clothes so that we can’t have any more space for an extra cloth. In that case we can make a new designer cloth out of our old jeans if you follow these list of tutorials.
You can find the list from HERE.
No matter how much you love to keep your clothes, there comes a time you need to clean up your wardrobe. Some day you have to let go of your old clothes. But instead of throwing them away you can use them for something else.
From a tote bag to diy rug rag, you can use your old clothes for almost any project if you have some creativity.
HERE is a nice list to get some ideas to upcycle your old clothes.
We need to upcycle our old stuff in order to save our world. You know that there’s an environment polution going on because of stuff we throw away. Upcycling doesn’t only help save the environment but also our pocket.
Don’t have anything to upcycle? Think twice and watch this giant list of upcycle projects. I am sure that you’ll have at least 2 to 3 stuff which can be recycled.
HERE is the list of 200+ Upcycling Projects.
There’s a good demand in the market for DIY projects. Although people don’t have time to make them still they like to have some handmade items to display them in their home. Which makes a perfect market for creative minded people like us to make some extra cash.
This is a list of 31 DIY projects you can make at home and sell them for some extra cash. Click HERE for the list.
This is a creative idea to make with ropes. You just need a long rope, scissors and glue gun to make this one. The second version is a bit different as a stripe of fabric is attached with the rope. However, both versions don’t need to be sewed.
Above is the fabric attached version of this basket.
And here are both versions together.
HERE is the link to the tutorial of this diy no sew rope basket.
Floor pillows are the trend at home decorating right now. You get to use your left over fabrics and make a super comfy and stylish floor pillow for your room or anywhere indoors. They do give a fresh and new look unlike traditional sofas.
The best thing about them is that you get to save your little ones from germs on the floor as they love to sit or sleep on giant floor pillows.
Making one is not hard either. HERE is a list of 12 DIY giant floor pillows for you to decide.
Have a craftier day ahead!
Have some old towels hanging on the wall hanger? Nothing to do with them other than throwing them away? Then you need to check out this simple diy project of recycled towel bath mat because you get to use your old towels into something useful.
This soft and cozy bath mat is suitable not only for your washroom but also for your room, varenda or anywhere you need to clean up your feet.
Click HERE for the tutorial on Recycled Towel Bath Mat.