up·cy·cle[uhp-sahy-kuhl] verb, up·cy·cled, up·cy·cling, noun
verb (used with object)
to process (used goods or waste material) so as to produce something that is often better than the original: I upcycled a stained tablecloth into curtains. (courtesy dictionary.com)
Upcycling! The wave of the future. Bring me your tired, ill-fitting, and out of date and I will upcycle your oldies into goodies again! Looking for a unique Halloween costume? Upcycling may be your answer. Just a trip to the thrift store and a stop by my shop and we can get you outfitted. No one else in Northern Arizona will have a costume like yours if you get it custom made by Rachel Moon! And upcycling saves on the cost of custom work. With upcycling you can have a costume custom made for the price of regular alterations in most cases!