REUSING HOUSEHOLD TRASH + ALL TIME FAVORITES: THE BADASS ’90’S FAVORITE BANDANA!
Hi, there crafter 🙂 For the ones who are familiar with us we love making and we are inspired by all the R’s –
#re-thinκ #reuse #repair #recycle #reducε #refuse– when it comes patterns of living. . . So, we rethought of our waste and our all-time classic favorites and here you go! A multi-purpose, -multi-case item for your needed uses! It could be your stationery, makeup, screwdrivers, tools and everything else you wish to fit in there!
It could also be a great gift (GIFT4MORE) or even a crafting technique to use for commercial purposes, for example, on your online or traditional store. Whatever the case is…it worths checking out this DIY Upcycle!
You would need to prepare your time (about 2 hours) and your tools & materials
x scissors and/or cutters
x tape measure
x plastic tray & a bowl
x paper rolls (kitchen, toilet, fabrics, other)
x bandanas or any other fabrics
x decoupage glue (below you can see how to make homemade glue with flour, water and a pinch of salt)
Start creating the heights that work best for your multi-purpose boxes. It all depends on the intended use 🙂
Here I keep some homemade glue
MAKING THE GLUE!!!
For this you need:
1.water 1/2 cup
2.flour 1 cup
3.salt a pinch
Blend together your ingredients in a small bowl. Pour in the flour, and add water, a bit at a time, to make a thick paste. Add a pinch of salt, and blend thoroughly. Your work is complete. You can use a brush to apply glue to your crafts.
Use a string (maybe some fish string) to tie them all together, in order to secure further your construction
Let it dry. Under the sun usually, it takes 2 good hours
Photography Alexandros Makris
Would you like to check out more clever ideas on upcycling and reducing waste by wonderful crafting stories?
If yes, then you might like the posts below…If you try our DIY, please give us your feedback 🙂 Check out also our WAKEUPCUT competitions for crafters 🙂 It might be a win-win for you and WAKEUPCUT 🙂