This week I was working on a few keepsake ornaments for a friend and wanted to share this super simple DIY. These ornaments in particular were made using the leftover denim and t-shirts from making a rag quilt. But you can use any upcycled clothing or fabric you like. They only take a few minutes to make, but save those precious memories for many many years.
Watch the full tutorial HERE!
Want some other ideas for repurposing denim?? Check out my playlist of ideas HERE!
Until next time, Merry Christmas and Happy Sewing!
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