Well I think so anyway.
Krista has found the sweetest little thing to repurpose, totally unique. I hope she stores it safely until next Christmas.
These two bracelets of mine are made from plastic carrier bags and bottles. I don’t know how they’re made, but wish I did, I’d have a try myself. I’ve seen plastics upcycled into many things but none as attractive as this.
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24 thoughts on “A pretty repurposing”
They’re really pretty… A great idea. 😊
I wish I knew how it was done 🙂
Please get Krista to share her “tricks” with us ! I love the braceltes
What a creative way to recycle something into beautiful art. Thanks for sharing!
Very clever! Just think how much better the landfills would be without plastic bags!
I think there’s a slight improvement over here since supermarkets stopped giving them away, but there’s a long way to go.
They’re lovely, Gilly! Where did you get them? On a market? Happy Sunday! Just come back from rather a long walk but it was lovely and sunny. 🙂
Yes, a couple of year ago, I wish I’d bought more colours now!
Will wonders never cease? Imagine that, and so attractive too! Thanks for sharing, Gilly. ❤ 🙂
Some people are just really creative!
The bracelets are pretty and I’d have never guessed their origin. Nice!
Isn’t it clever? if only more things could be recycled as beautifully!
Beautiful piece of repurposing.
(I may be a bit absent from comments for the next few weeks – I’ve been repurposed from blogger to the centre of an ever-moving family!)
How exciting to have them with you. Have a super time, take lots of photos and come back soon, I’ll miss you x:-)x
Wow, those are really nice.
Thank you, plastic put to a really good use!
I think they did a grand job 😄
Me too, they are so pretty and light to wear as well 🙂
Very pretty bracelets that in no way show where they originated … clever.
I think it’s the perfect entry for this week challenge, Gilly. It’s wonderful to see
people creating things from our dispoables. Perhaps, there’s hope for our planet.
Nicely done …
There’s an improvement over here since supermarkets stopped giving bags away, and my city and county are very good at recycling. Thanks Issy 🙂
Wish we had better recycling here. The bracelets are a lovely idea. Have a great week, Gilly. 😎