This week’s Pinterest round-up features fused plastic! This stuff, made from plastic grocery bags is a great way to both recycle and create a free material, similar to a thin vinyl. And the best part is, it can go through a sewing machine! (Though I don’t sew, so this won’t be an avenue I’ll be exploring any time soon.)
Here are my findings! As always, click on the image for a link back to the original source (gotta keep up the good blogging karma, y’all).
Fused plastic tote. Source: Betz White
(Do you spy the Target bullseyes? Yes!)
Fused plastic lunch tote. Source: Upcycled Design Lab
Fused plastic purse. Source: About.com
Fused plastic wallet. Source: About.com
Fused plastic wallet. Source: Figaflors i Braves
Fused plastic tote. Source: Flickriver
(I think there’s a Home Depot bag in there somewhere…)
Fused plastic flower necklace. Source: Emily Grace
Fused plastic bibs. Source: The Pretty Bean (Etsy shop)
(I looove the use of the bread bag!)
Fused plastic tote bag. Source: Lark Crafts
Fused plastic eyeglass case. Source: Eclecti
Then… I was so inspired, I tried my hand at the stuff! Turns out, it’s super easy. Check back next week for a full tutorial!
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