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!

Quick and Easy Hand-Sewn Upcycled Denim Storage Containers

2.    Wonky Foam Cup Vases - How To

Homemade Rose Petal Sachet Using Paper Towel Tubes

Newspaper Tubes Tray

Newspaper Woven Star Tree

Hot Glue Flowers

Stenciled Dimensional Leaf Mason Jars

Bow on a Pretzel Wreath

Reindeer Moss Topiary

Recycled Veggie Can

Recycled Juice Bottle Snowmen

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!



  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!

  3. A fan of all your projects Gail. Wishing you a fabulous and crafty 2016!!
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  4. Love looking back at all your amazing creations, you are sooo talented!
    Have a happy and blessed new year!

  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... :)

  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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