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UPCYCLED Denim SHORTS / Side Lace Up Levi cutoff Blue Jean shorts / destroyed frayed & custom patched denim cutoffs Size 30 Waist. $64.00, via Etsy.

UPCYCLED Denim Levis SHORTS / Side Lace Up Levi cutoff Blue Jean shorts / destroyed frayed & custom patched denim cutoffs Size 30 Waist

UPCYCLED Denim SHORTS / Side Lace Up Levi cutoff Blue Jean shorts / destroyed frayed & custom patched denim cutoffs Size 30 Waist. $64.00, via Etsy.

Upcycle your jeans into a denim snack bag. or any kind of bag you need. you could always add handles too.

Upcycle your jeans into a denim snack bag. or any kind of bag you need. you could always add handles too.

My Way Jean Front Recycled Apron ePattern frm Indygo Junction use a necktie for waistband

My Way Jean Front Recycled Apron ePattern

My Way Jean Front Recycled Apron ePattern frm Indygo Junction use a necktie for waistband

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Roundup of Repurposed Jeans Projects.  Check out 26+ DIY Ideas

25+ Repurposed Jeans DIY Projects

20 Ways To Repurpose Your Old Jeans

20 Ways To Repurpose Your Old Jeans

Make your own pair of no-sew Flare Jeans! @orlyshani shows you how to create the classic look with little more than an old pair of jeans, some denim fabric and fabric glue! Pair them with a cute pair of wedges and you're good to go!

Make your own pair of no-sew Flare Jeans! @orlyshani shows you how to create the classic look with little more than an old pair of jeans, some denim fabric and fabric glue! Pair them with a cute pair of wedges and you're good to go!

Denim Earrings Oval Wood Cut out Jean Earrings by maidendenim

Denim Earrings Oval Wood Cut out Jean Earrings by maidendenim

While there isn't a tutorial on Bel Rossa, she suggests cutting your denim into strips and then sewing them one-by-one onto a fabric backing, working in layers.  I imagine after that all you would need to do is stretch your creation onto a canvas and--voila!  Whether you take a stacked or sunburst approach, the effect is pretty neat!

DIY Idea: Turn Jeans into Textural, Recycled Wall Art!

While there isn't a tutorial on Bel Rossa, she suggests cutting your denim into strips and then sewing them one-by-one onto a fabric backing, working in layers. I imagine after that all you would need to do is stretch your creation onto a canvas and--voila! Whether you take a stacked or sunburst approach, the effect is pretty neat!