Upcycled Totes from Feed Bags

Upcycled Totes from Feed Bags featured at I Gotta Create!



Creativity and recycling
are two of my favorite things.

And when that results in something
beautiful, whimsical and functional,
you can bet it gets my 5-star seal of approval!

Upcycled Totes from Feed Bags featured at I Gotta Create!




These bags are all that
and a bag of potato chips, too.
Actually... they were feed bags.
And they're super cool!
Check this out...





Upcycled Totes from Feed Bags featured at I Gotta Create!


You can use them for grocery shopping,
picnics, the beach or pool, ball games, 
and so much more.



Upcycled Totes from Feed Bags featured at I Gotta Create!




I'm thinking Mother's Day,
Earth Day, Father's Day, Teacher Appreciation...
They are such a unique and
whimsical conversation piece!

Upcycled Totes from Feed Bags featured at I Gotta Create!




Living green never looked so cool!
You can visit 
Michelle at The Goat Granny
to see more about her approach 
to green, sustainable, small-farm living.





Make your own green Fabric Softener!






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10 comments:

harmonie-pur said...

Oh, looks great. I was creative too, this Sunday and made a bag, too. ;-)

Nina

Bliss said...

PDC... pretty darn cool!

Bliss

Katie @ Creatively Living said...

Those are AWESOME! I love them! Great upcycle too! Thanks for sharing them at Monday Funday!

Tanya Runkle said...

These are so cool Christina!! I would love for you to share at Pretty Things, hope to see you there :)

xo, Tanya
http://twelveoeight.blogspot.com/2013/04/pretty-things-16-link-party-and.html

{northern cottage} said...

I'm totally smitten with these totes - oh how I want to get my hands on some pretty feed bags!!!

Melissa Whitcher said...

I love these. My grandmother would faint if she new people were making totes from feed bags. :0) So fun!!
Our Simply Create Link party is going on right now. I would love to have you link up, as I'm sure my followers would like to see what you created too. Hope to see you soon!

Melissa
redflycreations.com

Cynthia Landrie said...

I think I need to go and purchase some feed and make a few of these! I just love them.

Found you from the Pinterest Party at Tutus and Tea Parties.

Cynthia at http://FeedinBig.com

Donna Wilkes said...

I saw some like these at our local farm store. They were so cute. Like you I instantly thought great gift bag!

Cheryl @ Sew Can Do said...

Love these - I could see them being in a catalog for a small fortune! Thanks for sharing & linking to the Craftastic Monday party at Sew Can Do!

Chelsea@getyourcraptogether said...

These turned out great! A great way to recycle but in style! Thank you for sharing! I’d love to have you visit me at Get Your Crap Together! We have a great link party from the 1st of the month to the 10th that I’d love for you to check out. See you soon!