Hi there, lovelies. How are you? Thanks for taking time out of your day to be here. So, have you seen all the denim accessories this spring? I am all about this trend, not only because I love blue (especially shades of indigo), but because jeans are my staple. I’m a jeans and T-shirt girl, for sure. Of course, I had to make something that used denim, but as with most of my projects, I wanted something useful, too. So I came up with the idea to use the pockets on a few old pairs headed to Goodwill as organizers for my office.
Denim Pocket Organizers
Nap Rating = 1 nap (not including dry time for spray paint)
Tools & Materials
- Embroidery hoops in different sizes
- Old jeans
- Sharp scissors
- Brown spray paint
Guys, this is pretty self-explanatory, so I’m not gonna go crazy with a step-by-step here. Just spray the outer hoops (the ones with screws) brown…or any color you want. I chose brown because it reminded me of a belt. You know…for the jeans. After the outer hoops are dry, place them on your jean pockets to see where to cut them free from the rest of the pants. Just make sure to leave enough excess so they can be stretched tight within the hoops. Place the fabric between the inner and outer hoops and screw the whole thing until everything is nice and tight. Finally, cut away the excess denim.
I’m using these in our home office above a little secretary we have in there. I just love how these turned out. What a cheap and easy way to embrace a trend!
Check out all these denim home accessories, too!
Decorating with Denim
Here are some other ways I’ve organized our office: