A recent trip to The Old Place for brunch, with their vintage vibe preserved so well, and recent a farm-to-table event at the Malibu Pier a few months back, led the 90265 Mag team to research our favorite re-purposing ideas for the holiday gifting season.
Up-cycling vintage china is a wonderful way to personalize a gift and create a new heirloom from a bygone era. With your personalization, it will surely become a special piece to be treasured for years to come.
While scouring the internet, for the most creative, eco-friendly, and thoughtful ways to up-cycle vintage china, we found these techniques to step up your eco-friendly gifting game.
One of our favorite lifestyle sites, Honestly WTF, shows us how to create new dishware here and beautiful jewelry cloches here that are art pieces in their own right.
These fast and equally fun crafts making holiday gifting a festive affair!
Editor in Chief Cece Woods considers herself the “accidental activist”. Having spent most her childhood on sands of Zuma Beach, Cece left Southern California in her early 20’s, but it was only a matter of time before she returned to the idyllic place that held so many wonderful memories from her youth. In 2006, she made the journey back to Malibu permanently, the passion to preserve it was ignited. In 2012, Cece became involved in local environmental and political activism at the urging of former husband Steve Woods, a resident for more than 4o years. Together, they were involved in many high-profile environmental battles including the Malibu Lagoon Restoration Project, Measure R, Measure W, and more. Cece founded influential print and online media publications, 90265 Magazine in 2013 highlighting the authentic Malibu lifestyle, and The Local Malibu, an online news media site with a strategic focus on environmental and political activism. In the summer of 2018, Cece broke multiple global stories including the law enforcement cover-up in the Malibu Creek State Park Shootings, and is considered by major news media as a trusted authority on Malibu.