I just really hate to throw things out, which is why I am so glad I ran across these 30 creative ways to repurpose those old sheets. You know, in case you fall in love with some of these projects and just have to make them for yourself!
I love any project that lets me repurpose something that is otherwise useless. Just check out these 30 frugal ways to repurpose mismatched socks. There is always something that you can create from things that would otherwise be thrown away. Seriously some of the creativity in these projects just blew me away. Did you know that you could use an old sheet to make a dog toy?
How about using that old sheet for a great bathroom rug? There are so many things that you can do with sheets — they are after all just large pieces of fabric so you could do just about anything with them that you would do with yards of fabric that you buy at the store.
You can also cut those sheets up into fabric scraps and use them on any of these projects to upcycle leftover fabric. DIY Repurposed Sheet Crib Mobile If you have a baby on the way, or know someone who does, you can repurpose those old colorful sheets into this amazing crib mobile.
The mobile hangs from an embroidery hoop and while it does require a bit of sewing, the end result is gorgeous and so colorful — depending of course on what sheets you are using. This would be a great idea for old crib sheets too — you could make your mobile character themed!
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Easy Braided Dog Toy You can easily turn an old sheet into this fun braided dog toy, which your little pooch will love.
You just cut the sheet into strips and then braid several strips together at once. This is much easier than it sounds and you end up with a wonderful toy that is strong enough for your doggie to chew on and pull without tearing it up. If you have more than one dog, use a couple of sheets and make them all a handmade dog toy! Repurposed Sheet Pajama Pants Turn those old sheets — especially the great print ones — into these amazingly simple to create pajama pants.
Sheets are so comfortable and lightweight, which is what makes them perfect for creating these great pajama pants. These are really easy to make and are perfect for the entire family.
Easy DIY Curtains You can turn a couple of twin sheets into beautiful curtains with just a few additional supplies and about an hour or so of time. You can use it to give them their own space for creating or reading or just build it in the toy room for when they play together.
You can do this by simply cutting your sheet fabric and using fabric glue to hold it over a large headband. The scraps are sewn on to make them really sturdy. Creative Fabric Gift Wrap You can use up old sheets and give your gifts a little extra touch when you use that fabric for gift wrap.
This is a great way to give all of your gifts a little country touch, too. You can either cut scraps from your sheets and give gifts a quilted look with different designs or wrap them in a larger piece of fabric and tie off with a burlap bow or ribbon. There are so many ways that you can incorporate old sheets into your gift giving!
Repurposed Sheets Into Fabric Covered Hangers You know those old metal hangers — the ones that get rusty after a bit and tend to warp and bend? Did you know that you can cover those hangers in fabric? Just cut your sheets into strips and then wrap those strips around your hangers. You can turn those sheets into the most wonderful bangles and this is a quick and easy project — and one that would make a wonderful gift for someone special.
Just take those plastic bangles that you can get from the Dollar Store for less than a dollar each in most cases and cover them with strips that you cut from your sheets. I really love this DIY laundry bag, that would make doing laundry so much easier. You can make one of these for every bedroom in the house — from an old sheet — and then just carry that bag to the laundry room as you do laundry from each bedroom. Just cut the sheets into squares and mix and match all you want to make your own design.
This is why I love quilting.
No design is wrong and you can make each quilt unique. If you have an upcoming wedding or baby shower, a quilt is a wonderful gift and you can use those old sheets to make it! Repurposed Sheet Spring Dress Turn a lovely floral or otherwise light colored sheet into a cool and sleek dress that is perfect for spring. Take your favorite spring dress pattern and then just use an old sheet for the material. Plus, the lightweight material of the sheet is perfect for warmer weather. I love this idea for the nursery.
You just put pieces of your sheets inside the embroidery hoops to display them. Fun Outdoor DIY Tents Summer is nearly here and that means kids outside playing — which we parents generally love, right?
You do however, have to make sure that your little ones are safe from sunburn, which is where these fun DIY tents made from sheets can come in. Just cut the sheets into large strips to fit the front of your drawers and then use glue and Mod Podge to hold everything together.
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