No scrap too small! Turn that drawerful of fabric scraps into giftworthy treasures.
We just can't stand to toss those fabric scraps, can we? Sometimes it almost hurts to cut into our favorite pretty fabrics, so we want to get as much mileage from every square inch that we can. Here are nice easy and giftworthy DIYs that will make a nice dent in your stash. Give the gift of handmade!
A sheet of plywood and some decoupage medium is all you need to turn lots of bits and pieces of fabric into beautiful mosaic art.
How cute are these dish towels
? A little embroidery really adds something special to accent any oven door.
While you're cutting bird shapes out of your fabric scraps, decoupage a few
on to blocks of scrap wood —you know, put a bird on it! So sweet sitting on the book shelf or hanging on the wall.
The guys on your list probably need extra coasters, because aren't they the ones who always forget to use them? These are super quick to make
with glue and shoelaces!
These scrappy fabric posies
are perfect for hair barrettes, lapel pins, headbands or hat brims.
With a little time and loads of fabric scraps, you can make a gorgeous rag rug
with this super easy technique.
This scrappy Christmas tree ornament
is the perfect gift idea for the kids to make for grandmas and aunts. You can use lots of stray ribbons or fabric strips.
Turn smooth foam balls and fabric scraps into pretty everyday ornaments
to hang — or fill a bowl with fabric balls to accent an end table.