Santa left me an almost perfect prezzie under the tree…
a butter soft vintage handbag large enough to tote my necessities about!
Unfortunately it was missing the shoulder strap…
Fortunately this DIY diva came up with lickety split solution:
I like to wear my bags hands-free messenger style so a long, adjustable strap was a must!
Here’s what I did:
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‘Tis definitely the season for DIY and I’m simply bursting with upcycled gift ideas!
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into an Upcycled Refashioned DIY Sweater Tote:
My most favourite pair of shoes in the universe have finally cracked under the pressure of being so awesome:
I thrifted these shoes a whopping 12 years ago in London and for a pair of second hand faux leather loafers they have definitely done their duty!
The problem is I’m still madly in lurv with them and refuse to let them go…unfortunately the local cobbler said absolutely nothing can be done once faux leather starts to crack and peel.
I put on my refashionista-thinking-cap, grabbed some gear I had around the house and fixed them up as best as I could!
Here’s what I did: