Happy Monday Bloggers!
Not necessarily those big- buckled, biker belts but regular everyday belts.
If you have adult or kid clothing you might be considering donating check them for belts and keep them. Often times they can be incorporated into a craft project, layout or album. Childrens' belts in particular are better not only because of their size but because of the range of colors, textures & materials.
Put them to work somewhere other than on your waist.
Use them as a way to embellish a 12x12 layout or as a closure for a mini album.
Sometimes depending on what materials are used for the belts you can deconstruct the belt & use pieces of it in different ways.
Here are 2 of my daughter's belts I plan on upcycling.
These 2 belts I rescued from my daughter's outfits which were being "repurposed" due to accidental food stains . I thought I could "repurpose" the belt too.
I have not quite begun the project but I just could not help falling in love with the idea of doing something with them.