I’ve already given you all my opinion of the Ultimate DIY bundle.
But, I thought you all would find it helpful to hear what other readers think of the bundle too!
First, reader Carissa had kind words about my book, which is included in the bundle:
I just finished reading your e-book in the bundle (I’m downloading and reading them in the order that they are listed so the I make sure to read them all, even the ones on subjects that I am not particularly interested in…maybe I will find a new hobby).
I have always just donated outgrown clothes and thrown away clothes with stains or holes but your book has so many awesome, and easy, uses for them. I don’t think I will ever throw away another piece of clothing again. At least not without salvaging some part of it
I’m always so encouraged to hear that my book has given people new ideas about how to salvage or fix their old clothes. Yay!!!
I’m not super great at marketing my book, and I realized that some of you who are newer might not know what my book is about.
So here ya go:
Reuse, Refresh, Repurpose is about breathing new life into old clothes. If you like my picture-filled, conversational blog, I think you’ll like my ebook too.
Like my blog, it’s full of pictures, and the projects I share have step-by-step photos like this:
By the way, I made that flower from the lining of an old, hole-y dress. The thin fabric was perfect, and I love that what was useless became something beautiful.
I always feel a little bit silly doing self-promotion, but I really do believe that my ebook will inspire you to see your old clothes as possibilities instead of trash.
The glut of cheap clothing available to us at this point in history has made us view clothing as disposable, and that bums me out.
(In 2010 alone, 11 million tons of textiles were landfilled.)
So, this book is my small effort to help change that; to help us treat our clothes as valuable. And of course, treating your clothes with care will reduce your clothing spending, so, yay!
Oh, and I should add that most of what’s in my ebook hasn’t been on my blog before, so it is not just a rehash of published blog posts.
Of course, my book is only one small part of the 76-item bundle, but I hope it’ll be one of the books that makes you feel like you got your money’s worth.
I had more to say about my book than I thought I did!
Oh, and reader Barb left this comment:
This was the first time ordering a bundle and I am very happy. From my perspective, the bundle paid for itself once I got a free $39 class on Craftsy!! I was hesitant as I no longer have kids at home, but looking at the crafts business articles alone, I am happy.
Barb is right…if the bundle bonus offers are things you can use, those alone make the bundle very worth the price.
And then if you find even a few of the ebooks helpful, you’ll have more than gotten your money’s worth.
P.S. The bundle is available only through Monday night at midnight.
P.P.S. I hope it goes without saying, but…if you don’t have $34.95 available to spend on the bundle, I would never want you to buy it. Financial responsibility is worth far more than a bundle, no matter how awesome the bundle is!
This post contains my author affiliate links. Thank you so much to those of you who have bought the bundle through my links. I know there are lots of places you could pick the bundle up and I am grateful for your support.