Decorating for winter doesn’t always have to mean decorating for the holidays. Have you ever thought about reusing an old sweater to make winter decorations? Sweaters represent warmth and coziness. Implementing them into your decor can bring those same attributes to your home. Here are some fantastic ideas on how to reuse or upcycle an old sweater to make something new!
Create this adorable Snowman for your winter decorations using a sweater and bags of rice.
Give the gift of wine wrapped in an awesome upcycled sweater.
Create a Fall Wreath from a sweater to add a cozy feel to your decor.
Shrink a wool sweater in the dryer and use it to create felt roses.
Make a gorgeous chic lampshade using an old sweater with a cool design.
Create this 10-minute Tooth Fairy Pouch from an old piece of sweater.
Make these gorgeous wool garlands from old upcycled sweaters.
How cute is this sweater vase for a winter centerpiece on your dining table?
Use a patterned sweater and repurpose it into this cute plant pot cover.
Create some coziness in your room by covering this lampshade with a white sweater.
These no-sew sweater pumpkins are quick and easy additions to your fall decor.
Create some DIY pillows using old sweaters and have endless variety of pillow designs.
Makeover a storage ottoman with a nice old sweater.
Cushion your camera strap with this upcycle sweater idea.
Create a psychedelic rug using sweaters cut into strips.
Turn sweater sleeves into these adorable pumpkins for your fall decorations!
Or if you still want to wear that old sweater this fall and winter, here are a few creative ways to re-use them:
Re-size and Dress Up a sweater from Goodwill with felt flowers.
Make leg warmers really quickly from a cute old sweater.
Turn an old sweater into a winter hat in just minutes!
I hope you enjoyed all of these ideas on how to reuse or upcycle an old sweater. They are such creative and fun ideas! Please be sure to save this post on Pinterest so you can find it easily again and share via social media if you would like. Here’s a great photo for Pinterest:
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