Do you love the look of those gorgeous, vintage blue mason jars? So do we. It turns out it’s pretty easy to create mason jar decorations with some upcycled glass jars. Spaghetti sauce, pickles, jam and honey are just some of things that come in awesome glass jars. Of course we can’t bear to part with a good glass jar. Enter the need for lots of cool mason jar crafts. As if we needed an excuse to craft…
Aren’t large circular mirrors gorgeous?! It turns out that it’s quite easy to make a DIY mirror frame. We were so inspired by these stunning wall mirrors. Find out how to make one for your home.
Looking to add some last-minute Halloween decor to your house? We’ve got you covered. These ideas are quick, easy and they look GREAT! Round up a few materials and let’s get upcycling!
We just came across an awesome DVD mosaic method and simply had to share it. We’ve seen upcycled CD projects before, but this DVD mosaic method blew us away! It turns out that DVDs are more vibrant than CDs. Who knew? Read on to find out how to use this wicked upcycling technique at home.
These denim cushions are a lovely way to upcycle old jeans! Annemette Magnus is a Danish upcycler who specializes in reusing denim. She was drawn to denim as it is a very strong material. She also loves working with all the varying shades of blue. The patchwork and plaiting techniques she uses were inspired by rag rugs. Read on to find out more about her denim cushions.
These custom-stamped vintage spoons are such a lovely reuse of vintage cutlery! Jade Holli is an avid gardener, upcycler and vintage collector from Melbourne, Australia. We love her whimsical garden markers made from vintage cutlery! Read on to find out more about her process and inspiration.
We love upcycles of all different materials, but glass and wood are two of our favourites. It should come as no surprise that we absolutely adore this glass bottle and wood vase! The design is simple and easy to replicate, and it’s a perfect use for those glass bottles you’ve been collecting.
Why burlap pumpkins? Because October means pumpkin season. It’s the run up to Halloween and officially fall. This year we wanted to include pumpkins in our upcycled Halloween decor. We were super excited to think of burlap as the upcycled material to use!
Exciting things are in the works here at Upcycle That. We’re currently on the hunt for awesome upcycled products and brands to work with. Are you a maker of upcycled products or an upcycled brand? If so, read on!
This cat planter pot is absolutely adorable. We love that it uses readily-available plastic soda bottles and that the foot of the bottle is incorporated into the design. This upcycle makes for a great DIY project. Look no further if you’re looking to add a sweet touch of green to your home.