. Ways to Repurpose Everyday Objects, with Over 80 Projects and Ideas
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 187 pages|
|Other Information: ||250 col photographs|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 13 September 2012|
Juliette Goggin and Stacy Sirk have created over 40 projects using items you can easily find or might already have. Discover creative ways to use glass with the compact kilner jar sewing kit and the pretty message-in-a-bottle pendant. Myriad uses for old crates include planting them with herbs and vegetables and transforming one into a bedside table. Add something different to your household with a range of light fittings made from colanders, a birdcage and even jelly moulds! Discover no end of uses for paper, including making bunting, labels, tags and table settings, and inventive ideas for crafting with wallpaper, stamps and old photos. Clear out those old keys and transform them into a range of items, from jewellery to door handles and coat hooks. Finally, try making unwanted jumpers into cosy pillow covers. Whether you're a beginner or experienced crafter, you'll learn to hunt out and see the potential in a whole range of items and be inspired to transform your treasure trove of useable raw materials into stunning new accessories for a beautiful home.
About the Author
Juliette Goggin has designed products for many well-known names, such as Julien Macdonald, Cath Kidston, Molton Brown and French Connection. She created a gift range called 'Juliette at Home', reflecting her love of all things recycled and vintage. She recently took part in Channel 4's Super Scrimpers about upcycling on a minimal budget. Stacy Sirk has 25 years' international experience in buying, product development and visual merchandising, with a particular expertise in sourcing unusual and vintage products and display items. Stores she has worked for include Urban Outfitters, Nike, Restoration Hardware, Smith and Hawken and Macy's.
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