This upcycled Kickstarter is all things coffee and all things awesome! If you love coffee then you will love this idea. Brandon and Hannah Weidman are Americans living in Masatepe, Nicaragua. Two years ago they started a small coffee shop there. In the process, they discovered a hidden gem for upcycling, coffee sacks.
Halloween is almost here! Do you know what you are going to dress up as? If not no worries, we’ve rounded up our top Halloween costume ideas! These upcycled Halloween costumes ideas are fun and unique. The best part is they use materials that are easy to get ahold of. Make one for yourself or make them for the whole family!
It’s upcycled pumpkin time! We love the idea of creating an upcycled pumpkin for Halloween. There are so many cool options! Looking at 5 different materials, we’ve rounded up our top 5 ideas for upcycled pumpkins.
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.
It’s competition time again at Upcycle That. This time we have 3 stunning vintage scarf hats up for grabs! These upcycled hats are made by Valorisation Lab, a small studio based out of Kiev, Ukraine. Read on to find out how to enter!
Drawstring bags are both fashionable and functional. They are essentially dressed up backpacks! We are loving these upcycled drawstring bags by lilidili. lilidili is the small business of Hungarian upcycler Lili. The lilidili drawstring bags are upcycled from old tablecloths, bedsheets and clothing.
The 68 pound challenge is an awesome part of the Vancouver Eco Fashion Week. 68 pounds is the amount of clothing and textiles the average North American throws away every year! This season designer Carlie Wong took up the challenge, creating a full designer collection using upcycled clothing from Value Village.
This upcycled dress shirt is an awesome project! We love the design of the top, and the fact that it’s made from an old men’s dress shirt and tie. It seems like every household has a few dress shirts and ties laying around waiting to be reused. You can even create this project without a sewing machine! Read on for the full tutorial.
Are you looking for an awesome upcycled DIY Christmas star? Look no further! We’ve made a wicked DIY Christmas star using leftover fabric from pants that we cut into shorts. We’ve also upcycled some cardboard cereal boxes for this cool project. Read on to find out how to make your own DIY Christmas Star.
We love upcycles for pets and this cat tent could not be easier to make. Show your cat a little extra love with this sweet upcycled cat tent. All you need is a few minutes, 2 wire hangers, a piece of cardboard and an old t-shirt!