Ribbon hair clips can be seen everywhere, and most of them are bows or flowers. But this tutorial shows you a hat hair clips. It's lovely to wear a little hat. So let's follow me to make a hat hair...view details
This is an eco-friendly practice because you are going to learn how to make a recycled bracelet. You can call it fabric scrap bracelet, or DIY hex nut bracelet.view details
I made from two different textures of reclaimed leather. The back piece of leather is a dark brown that has a more prominent leather grain texture. The front triangle is made from a lighter brown...view details
I made this simple steampunk style necklace from 2 vintage brass clock gears that I salvaged from an old broken clock. The gears are hung from a brass chain. The hook and eye clasp is gold plated...view details
I made this guitar string bracelet with coiled guitar strings and small black glass beads. The bracelet is strung onto guitar string and has a silver plated hook and eye style clasp. The bracelet...view details
This cuff style bracelet features hand rolled paper beads made from a vintage Spanish book. The paper beads are strung on annealed steel wire. This bracelet is about 7 1/2" from outside end to...view details
This eco friendly shopping tote bag was crocheted with plarn made from recycled plastic bags. It has a flat bottom that gives the bag a depth of 7", and it measures 18" wide and 10" tall...view details
Here is a large eco friendly crocheted market tote bag made with plarn made from recycled plastic retail store bags. This bag is 17" wide and 13" tall.view details
This beaded recycled paper earring came from a magazine page. Please note I included the before picture of the paper. It contains coils and crystals for a nice dangling affect without being...view details
Scrap bags - A Girl can never have enough Bags. The following is the result of my urge to do some more recycling. I have a huge fabric stash and I do not even claim to be a sewer of any repute, ...view details
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