Dye your old clothes
If you have old clothes that look faded to the point where they look like a completely different color than when you bought it, we say dye it. You know when the LBD starts to look gray or your brown shirt is looking tan. All you need to revive it is to change the color. Dying fabric can be a fun process and a bit of a messy one but the results are well worth it. You can purchase clothing dye from a trimming store or from an arts and crafts store like Michaels.

Turn them into new pieces
Another great use of old clothes is to make them new again by turning a dress into a top or a top into a skirt. Turn a pair of long pants into capris or shorts. This is the ultimate way of getting the most of your wardrobe. You can take a few pieces to a tailor and have them fine tune your your new creations.

Make a book cover or bookmark
Mask a personal journal with your printed pieces. All you need to do is cut out a large square piece of cotton printed fabric from an old top. Place the book in the middle of the square, trim the extra fabric you don’t need and then use glue or double sided tape to cover the book. Take the excess fabric and drape it over a piece of cardboard; seal the fabric over the cardboard with glue or tape and and you have your very own personalized bookmark.