Get creative with your DIY ugly sweater with arts and crafts supplies from Michaels. Glue, tinsel, cotton balls, bows, this store has everything you require to go home with the best original ugly sweater award on Christmas.
Ready to go DIY this year? Here are two of our favourite arts and crafts stores...
We love making arts and crafts trips to Dressew, Vancouver's most popular supply store since 1961. From fabrics, ribbons, glitter, buttons and more, you'll find everything you need for your DIY sweater project.
You're bound to find the one-of-a-kind ugly Christmas sweater you've been looking for at Value Village. This thrift superstore has an abundance of true vintage gems for amazing prices. Click here for a location near you.
This Kerrisdale thrift shop sells gently used women's clothing, accessories, shoes and just what you need—lots of bright, bold and very festive holiday sweaters. Head over today to find your favourite one!
With two locations in downtown Vancouver, Community Thrift & Vintage has a great selection of affordable ugly sweaters in different shapes, sizes, colours... you name it. All of their items are hand-picked and vintage, so you'll definitely be standing out at the holiday party this year.
Visit your local thrift shop, grab some supplies and save money on your ugly Christmas sweater this year
It’s that time of the year again! Bring out your best, most ridiculous ugly Christmas sweaters for the holiday party season. And even though going all out for the tackiest ensemble is super-fun, you don’t have to break the bank on something you probably will never wear again.
Vancouver is home to a variety of thrift shops and craft stores where you can find second-hand sweaters or buy cheap materials and supplies to create your own DIY masterpiece. We've rounded up some of our favourite places to shop to make your ugly sweater experience easy, fun and creative.
Safeeya is a graduate of BCIT's Broadcast Journalism program, and loves writing about all things fashion, pop culture and lifestyle. A professional dancer for over 10 years, she also finds joy in travelling, baking, Beyoncé, and exploring Vancouver with her camera and dog.