Written by Johanna Björk, EcoSalon
If you’re anything like me, you have tons of old T-shirts laying around in your drawers collecting dust. Instead of dumping them all in a collection bin, turn them into something useful. You’ll be amazed at how many things you could actually make from a humble tee. Here are ten of our favorites.
1. Wrapped Bracelets
Photo: cfabbridesigns.com via EcoSalon
You can never have enough bracelets, and there are so many great ones you can make yourself. All you need to create these wrapped bracelets are some old tees and bangles you no longer use (or look in the thrift stores for them). Follow thesesimple instructions by Camilla Fabbri and start wrapping.
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