Spoiled umbrellas are sometimes a pity to throw out. If the fabric or folding mechanism is not yet completely worn out, they can be used for unusual crafts. Decor items, useful accessories, and even clothes will come out of the old umbrella.
The simplest thing is to make a flower bed in the country. The stones will reliably hold the new flower pot on the ground, and bright fabric will become a beautiful backdrop for flowers.
Seamstress needlewomen sew bags from the old raincoat fabric. Such products will be durable, wear-resistant and waterproof.
Unusual skirts are made from printed fabric. Sewing them is quite simple - it remains only to process the belt.
Umbrellas are also suitable for creating carnival costumes.
Raincoat fabric from one umbrella is enough for a stylish and bright jumpsuit for a small dog.
Jewelry sellers make a showcase out of an accessory.
Turn the umbrella upside down, hang it by the handle and fix the lamps - the new lamps are ready.
Umbrellas with a curved handle look like swans. If you add paint and plaster to them, you get an unusual garden sculpture. Craftsmen also use trash bags.
For photographers, unnecessary umbrellas are a real treasure. They make wonderful accessories for a photo shoot, and a low-cost light diffuser.
Instead of a wreath on the door, you can hang a composition of flowers, fixed in an old umbrella - very tender and romantic.
Sometimes old things gain a second life thanks to the imagination of the owners who do not want to part with objects dear to their hearts. Even a broken umbrella can turn into something special.