22 WAYS TO UPCYCLE ORDINARY THINGS INTO PRECIOUS GIFTS

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IDEAS TO CREATE AMAZING GIFTS

Who doesn’t have old junk lying around the house? It’s normal to have a few things we don’t want to get rid of, but that at the same time we never use. Guess what? Today we have a fantastic video that will detail exactly how to take an ordinary thing and turn them into amazing gifts! Let’s start with a really cool DIY Christmas sweater. It’s like no sweater you’ve ever seen before; keep watching the video to find out why!

Use a few old socks to make a cute little sheep stuffed animal. It’s so adorable you might want to keep it for yourself. If you have a small present for someone and you can’t find the right box to put it into, we’ll show you how to make one with recycled paper. A picture of a lovely memory is always a nice gift, but it’s better if you put it into a personalized picture frame. We’ll show you how to make one! Also, watch and learn how to make beautiful colorful earrings.

We’re sure you’ll love these amazing ideas!

TIMESTAMPS:

0:57 – DIY Christmas sweater
2:13 – Cute stuffed animal sheep
5:23 – Gift box
8:13 – Original picture frame
9:49 – Colorful earrings

We advise adult supervision and care at all times.

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