If you are looking for a way to save money and be on-trend, this is the place to be. These Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Upcycle: A New Wardrobe on a Dime tips all help you create some fabulous new pieces for your wardrobe. Spring cleaning is just around the corner. Soon it will time to devote a weekend (or two) to decluttering your space. My favorite way to spring clean is to clean out my closet. I have so many items I never ever wear that are just taking up too much room in my closet. I can never force myself to throw these away. It just feels like you are throwing away money! This is why I enjoy using the reduce, reuse, recycle, and upcycle method. These super easy tips will help you create some adorable new pieces for little to no money!
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Upcycle Your Clothes.
If you have any pieces of clothing in your closet that you do not wear because of a silly reason like a tiny flaw or stain, consider using a super simple craft or technique to cover it up. These easy crafts help you save a stained, poorly fitting, or just plain boring piece.
Revamped Cardigan Top
Color Whirl T-Shirt
Incredibly Simple Refashioned Sweater Skirt
Upcycled Tee Skirt
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Upcycle Your Home.
There are so many materials around the house that you can use to create interesting wardrobe pieces. Those old curtains or pillowcases? They can be a brand new skirt or dress.
Japanese Kimono Top
Adorable Men’s Shirt Dress
How to Make a Pillowcase Skirt
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Upcycle for Everyone else.
Once you have done all the upcycling you possibly can for yourself, there are still plenty of other options out there. These projects help you create upcycled crafts that you can use to accessorize, dress your kids, or dress your home.
How to Upcycle a Sweater for Kids
Around Town Tiny Tote
Upcycled Embellished Mittens
Little Man Diaper Clutch
Pretty Patchwork DIY Curtains
Refashioned Sheet Shower Curtains