My one year old is exploring the wonderful world of food. Not only does he enjoy eating the food, but he likes to squish it in his fingers, run it through his hair, fling it from his spork, push it off his tray, and occasionally, put it behind his back. Needless to say, mealtime is a very messy though enjoyable experience.
My son has a ton of bibs from when he was younger, but they are really meant for babies and don’t really stop the food from covering his clothes. So I thought, DIY bibs, or more specifically, DIY toddler bibs! We recently upgraded our towels so I decided to upcycle an old towel into a toddler bib just the right size for my little man. Read on for my full DIY bibs tutorial…
I recently took an old sweater, cut it up, and repurposed it into a super cute skirt in my Upcycle Sweater to Skirt Tutorial. Today, we’re going to cut up some more of that sweater and make a fun little slouchy beanie hat perfect for the upcoming cold weather. Read on for my Upcycle Sweater into Beanie Hat Tutorial!
For some reason or other, I have a collection of misfit earrings that I don’t wear anymore. Either one has gone missing, or I purchased them online and found them too heavy to wear (my adage “the older I get, the larger my earrings get” has a side effect!). I tend to keep this misfit earring collection because some of these earrings are just so pretty and I hope that either it’s missing partner will miraculously turn up, or I can find some other use for them. Well, I finally found another use for them… upcycle them to a necklace! Read on for my Upcycle Earring to Necklace Tutorial!