Wednesday, December 30, 2015

A Crafting Year In Review - 2015 - It's All About Recycled & Repurposed



It's not surprising that my most viewed craft projects of 2015 were all recycled and repurposed items.
Who doesn't love re-using unwanted items when you can recycle or repurpose them into something beautiful and loved!

Enjoy re-visiting these projects and see how you can be inspired to recycle/repurpose and make your own!


1.   
Quick and Easy Hand-Sewn Upcycled Denim Storage Containers

2.    Wonky Foam Cup Vases - How To

3.   
Homemade Rose Petal Sachet Using Paper Towel Tubes

4.    
Newspaper Tubes Tray

5.   
Newspaper Woven Star Tree

6.   
Hot Glue Flowers

7.   
Stenciled Dimensional Leaf Mason Jars

8.   
Bow on a Pretzel Wreath

9.   
Reindeer Moss Topiary

10. 
Recycled Veggie Can

11. 
Recycled Juice Bottle Snowmen

12. 
Corrugated Cardboard & Jute Twine Vase DIY


And looking back to 2014, the majority of my most viewed and favorites were recycled projects, too -  you can see here!

 
As we say "Goodbye" to 2015 and "Hello" to 2016, I want to thank everyone, including this wonderful community of creative bloggers, for your support, encouragement and interest  in my crafting adventures! 
  Have a Great New Year!



                                                         

11 comments:

  1. Love all your beautiful crafts!!! :-)

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  2. some totally awesome crafts Gail! pinned this so I can make some :) the vases are totally neat, not sure how i missed that one!

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  3. A fan of all your projects Gail. Wishing you a fabulous and crafty 2016!!
    Cheers
    Dr Sonia

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  4. Love looking back at all your amazing creations, you are sooo talented!
    Have a happy and blessed new year!
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  5. Happy New Year! I have enjoyed seeing so many of your awesome posts last year and I'm really looking forward to seeing more of your projects in 2016... :)

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  6. Happy New Years Gail!!! You have shared some amazing projects. I look forward to seeing what you create this year.

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