The great thing about blue jeans is that they last for years. Alas, though, sometimes they’re outgrown, or they get ripped or stained or simply go out of style. Usually, they’ve still got lots of great denim fabric that crafty folks like us can use in several ways, like some of these: djonesgirl made several […]
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This vest is adorable! My_butterfly made this cute vest from the pant legs of a pair of jeans, and she was nice enough to share a tutorial! You can see the full thread here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=250504.0 If you make one for this (or any other) weekend, let me know in the comments!
Junk jewelry always catches my eye! This fun and funky little necklace is made from a pair of old jeans and lots of found jewelry bits and pieces. This piece would make a great little gift. You could even make a matching bracelet with a mini heart of the same style. Maybe the tutorial is […]