Two weeks ago when I was decorating the Christmas tree it occurred to me that until now upcycleDZINE didn’t feature a single Christmas decoration. So it was more than appropriate to search for something stylish, simple, fun, and of course, upcycled.
And during this search, I stumbled upon a very friendly and rustic-looking decoration. It’s made out of vintage bed springs. The first time upcycleDZINE shared an upcycle design piece made out of bedsprings was the Mattress Chandelier. Never knew that those old bed springs could be so intriguing and inspiring. Another bed spring design is Mollight. A small and minimal upcycle design lamp showing ingenuity and simplicity.
Fun to make Christmas bells
Today’s featured upcycle design DIY project looks so logical. And that’s often proof of a great idea. Great upcycle ideas are often based on simplicity and fun. Just like these wonderful Bed Spring Christmas Bells by Dinah Wulf. She’s a craft, home décor, and DIY blogger for her own www.diyinspired.com, a creative blog promoting repurposing through reinvention.
Dinah had a few old bed springs laying around that she once purchased for $1 apiece. She wanted to make something festive for the holidays and found a rustic bell ornament on sale and together with the bedsprings, she made these upcycled Bed Spring Christmas Bells. The nice thing about the bell ornament is that by dismantling it she was able to use several parts.
Photos © diyinspired
Seeing the DIY tutorial it looks very simple and fun to make. And last but not least, this upcycle design Christmas decoration isn’t expensive at all. Thanks to Dinah Wulf you’re able to create your own rustic-chic style Bed Spring Christmas Bells. The only thing you’ll have to do is search for the necessary materials.
Design by Dinah Wulf | DIY Inspired | Tutorial
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