Get your outside space ready for spring!
Lots of handy projects to start the warmer season
Fixing things is usually practical and pragmatic, but it doesn't need to stop there. With a little time and just a touch of creative spirit, repairs can be transformed into hacks and designs that improve our stuff.
Sugru is mouldable, comes in a range of awesome colours and sticks to almost anything. We're thrilled when we see our community proudly using Sugru to reimagine fixing as a feature.
Here are few of our favourite community "fix-to-features" to help get your imagination ticking for your next repair.
Sugru is perfect for repairing snapped headphones. Fixing your headphones is a the perfect opportunity to add your own creative flair, making them as unique and personal as your musical taste. This fix from Noami shows just how creative and expressive you can be.
Sugru and jewellery can be combined in almost any possible way you can imagine. We've seen it used to emboss custom pendants and to create unique jewellery from an endless array of found items.
Toy mash-ups are the perfect way to teach kids to be creative and resourceful. By combining, repairing and improving their toys, children are able to express their naturally inventive spirit as they explore their imaginations. In the process they will learn to find inventive new uses for the things they already own.
Because Sugru is mouldable and flexible when cured, it works a treat for adding rubber grips designed to fit exactly to your hands. We've seen grips added to pens, knitting needles, cameras, even paintbrushes used to decorate a Qantas Boeing 737.
This project is easy to do, fun and encourages children to keep their rooms clean and tidy. Instead of throwing out their old toys, use them to create fun hooks for their jackets, bags and clothing. If you would like to give it a go you can find our easy to follow guide for the project here.
Channel your creativity, resourcefulness and love of gardening into one project. Using found items you can decorate AND recycle as you create a lush vertical garden in any living space.
Gaming is precise, but controls tend to be one-size fits all. With Sugru you can easily repair worn controls or customise your grips to avoid painful blisters. What's more, with our range of colours you can make your controller look cool too.
Sugru has all the perfect qualities to add a protective layer to your shoes. You can repair scuffs or prevent them from happening in the first place. But why stop there? This is the perfect opportunity to find colours and designs to add the perfect creative touch to your shoes. See our step-by-step guide and then step out in style.
These little boxes are super easy (and fun) to make, and ideal for gifting, storing stationary or jewellery. We love them—and you can craft them in a way that is personal to you. If you'd like to make them see our step-by-step tutorial here.
Why settle for boring or bland when you can personalise and create? We love seeing members of our community use Sugru to turn everyday hooks and handles into decorative masterpieces. This example comes from Sylrig who was kind enough to put a guide together on Instructables.
Sometimes a break is so bad, it needs quite a visible fix. In times like that, we love seeing people go the extra mile to turn a fix into a creative feature, like Ayjay from our community did with her glasses!
When we're open to re-imagining the things we own exciting things can happen. This ingenious fix combines a high chair with a LEGO table so your little one can explore their creativity between bites.
Sugru stamps are a great ingredient to help customise all of those plain, everyday household items.
The days of generic coffee cups and boring bags are gone.
Simply pick your Sugru colours, shape your stamp, stick it to the item and wait for it to cure.
There are so many ways that you can adapt and personalise your bike to fit your needs. You can create a custom grip for your hand brake, repair and decorate your handlebars or give yourself an added sense of direction. In fact, there are so many ways that we've compiled a list of some of our favourite bike fixes. Check them out here.
You spend a lot of time at your desk, so it makes sense that you give it a personal touch.
Georgia is a cartoonist from Canada. She works at her computer by herself a lot, so she decided to customise her monitor. Armed with just a pack of Sugru and a lovely piece of found driftwood she made a perch so her bird could keep her company as she worked. How cute is that?!