>This week, over 400 bloggers kicked off Project ReStyle, the eco-friendly brainchild of Elsie and Rachel. Upcycle creativity is sprouting up all over the web, and I’ve been doing my best to keep up with the first week of projects. While I’ve loved nearly every one I’ve come across, there were a few that were just so good, I had to share them with all of you. And it’s only Tuesday, so my little heart flutters to imagine all the goodness ahead…
Can you believe what Angie did with this dress?! From a frumpy frock to a perfect NYE cocktail dress? I mean…
If you’re not reading Sew I Thought, I definitely recommend adding it to the ol’ blogroll.
Kara made this Anthropologie-inspired necklace using a few damaged vintage faux-pearl necklaces and a beautiful piece of scrap fabric. This one requires a sewing machine, and I’m thinking about taking my mom up on her offer to hand hers down.
I’m still pretty new to this thrifting thing (I’ve only been shopping secondhand since starting my blog back in March) and I cringe to think of all the dresses I passed up because I didn’t have Andrea’s dress-makeover vision.
A vintage suitcase transformed into a beautiful traveling doll house. Is this the sweetest thing you’ve ever seen? Little Dolly even has an enviable wardrobe!
Impressive, right? You can keep up with all the ReStyle action on the Flickr
group, or join in on the fun yourself by signing up here