Frugal Upcycled Fabric Gift Bags 2

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Last week I showed you how I made 10 upcycled fabric gift bags for $1 from a repurposed thrifted table cloth.  Today I want to show you what I made with the bed skirt that I found on the same day I found the tablecloth. 
Upcycled Fabric Gift Bag from a repurposed thrifted bedskirt with title text reading Upcycled Fabric Gift Bag
 I found this white bed skirt at the thrift store when I found the red table cloth that I used to make upcycled gift bags.  The bed skirt was only $1 and has a pretty cut-out edge that I thought would be a nice accent on a fabric gift bag.
a white bed skirt and red tablecloth
 I  measured the circumference of a box I got at Costco. 
using a tape measure to measure a box
I measured and cut the fabric and then sewed the bag using the directions I shared last week.  It took me less than 10 minutes to make the gift bag. 
a white bed skirt about to be cut
Instead of attaching ribbon to close the top of the bag, I used a rubber band to gather the top of the bag and form a rosette.
a rubber band being used to gather the top of a repurposed bag
A lovely upcycled fabric gift bag for a dollar.  And I still have 3 more edges of the bed skirt to upcycle and feature that cut-out edge in more gift bags ( I have a couple of ideas that I’ll be showing you soon).
Upcycled Fabric Gift Bag from a repurposed thrifted bedskirt

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  1. I’m all for something frugal. This is beautiful. Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

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