Resuse Shopping Bag to Make an Apron!

It’s WoW Wednesday here and the blog so I have a great featured blogger for you today but first I am going to go ahead and wish you a Happy 4th for tomorrow since I am sure none of us will be blogging! If you haven’t checked out these cute pins from Pinterest on some great 4th ideas you still have time to do check them out here before you rush off today.

I don’t know how you feel about it, but there are some really pretty reusable shopping bags out there. Most of the time they are only .99 cents. They are a great way to go green {but you must remember to take them with you lol} but sometimes I find I really love the bags from Marshall’s or TJ Max but I don’t want to use them out of the store because of the store name all over them. Then I stumbled on this post for a great way to reuse them from My Sister’s Suitcase! This blog is the cutest ever – it is a blog of 2 sisters in 2 different states who share their latest creations, which helps keeps them close! I love that since my sisters do not live close to me either!!

cutting out apron

Can you imagine turning these adorable bags into an apron?! This is a WoW to me today! Jump on over and see how she transformed the pretty print shopping bag! Cleaver idea indeed and my WoW Wednesday project this week! Check out the step by step here!

Holly great job and here is your I am featured button!

The Adored Home

Want to see more WoW Wednesday Projects jump on over to here. If you have a project you would like me to see then just let me know. I would love to feature you! Just hop on over to my Facebook Fanpage and let me know all about it!

Until next time,

Enjoy your day, your family, and your home! ❤

XXXOOO,

The Adored Home

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. This is a great idea Sandra, thanks for sharing it. I agree that some of those bags are just beautiful, but the store name can detract when I wan to use it elsewhere. These aprons would be great for my kids when crafting.. Merci!

    Suz

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    1. Suz,
      I agree. I am now trying to think of other ways to use them as well! If you make some let me see them! Have a great weekend!
      Hugs,
      Sandra

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  2. Priyam says:

    Great Idea!
    And I am also your newest follower.

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    1. I am glad you stopped by! I will do the same.
      Hugs,
      Sandra

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