Do you have some scarves hanging around the house that you could use in some repurposed scarf projects?
Scarves can be repurposed in so many ways, and they’re one of my favourite things to work with. They’re easy to store, and they come in so many different styles, shapes, colours etc.
I have what I would call a small collection of thrifted scarves, but depending on who you’re talking to it might actually be a large collection.
Would you consider 30 to be large?
Considering I never actually wear them… I guess it might be. lol.
But who’s counting? Certainly not me.
I never know when I’m going to need one for a project so when I see a $1 scarf ( or less) that strikes my fancy it has to come home with me.
I made this simple scarf wreath last year to act like a frame around my little vintage Santa from my childhood.
I’m not a knitter so I don’t know what those coloured thingies are called, but they reminded me of Christmas lights so this wreath didn’t need anything more.
My vintage Santa was the star here.
These three master bedroom Christmas scarf trees sit on silver pedestals.
When you have a grouping like this no extra embellishments are needed.
They make a lovely simple statement just as they are.
But this white scarf tree was displayed on its own so it got blinged up with some mini decorations.
These dollar store clear plastic scarf ornaments are so quick that you could easily get a set for a whole tree done in no time.
This scarf covered pillow can literally be put together in a couple of minutes.
I think it would be fun for a kid’s room, or a big kid’s room…. like this big kid’s room a few years ago. 🙂
Please pin & share it.
So check out your closets, dresser drawers, cedar chests etc…. to see what scarves you already have that might make some awesome Christmas decor.
But, of course, scarves aren’t just for Christmas repurposing. You can see all my other scarf projects here.
Thanks so much for reading, and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on!