What To Do With Old Glass Marbles?

Polymer Clay and Marble Snails Etsy Shop Orange Hound has come up with a super cute idea you can try for your garden. By using polymer clay you can make the body of a snail and top it with a
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What To Do With Old Lids?

A Glass Lid Mosaic Window Etsy Shop ARTful Salvage has created a mosaic window by cleverly upcyling stray glass lids. This is truly a masterpiece. Teapot Lid Picture Holders Image via: Petite
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What To Do With Old Spoons?

A Jewelry Tree Missie Krissie at Etsy has a great way to recycle old spoons in the form of a tree that you can use to store and display your jewelry. Imagine your jewelry stored on a tree like
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What To Do With An Old Change Table?

A Cutting Board Table with Storage Cori Amelsberg at Pinterest has created a wonderful cutting board table from an old change table that also offers some storage for food cans and jars. A
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What To Do With Old Wooden Crates?

A Coffee Table Tara at Anything and Everything while redecorating her living room opted for a thrifty furniture option and created this wonderful coffee table from wine crates. An End Table Sarah
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What To Do With Old Forks?

A Fork Photo Holder Morning Creativity Blog has shared a way to bend and use a fork in the form of a picture holder. You can make use of more than one forks and create many picture holders to
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What To Do With Old Bundt Pans?

A Bird Feeder Kelly at Eclectically Vintage has created a wonderful bird feeder using a bundt pan. She wrapped twine around a small ball and then passed the twine through the bundt pan and
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What To Do With Old Milk Jugs?

Colorful and Cute Butterflies Lindsey Boardman at Alpha Mom has shared a tutorial of making butterflies with old milk jugs. All you have to do is to cut pieces of a milk jug. Put templates of
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What To Do With Old Plastic Bottles?

Colorful Pearl Bangles My Legacy Blog has shared a project for all the fashion loving girls out there. Simply cut thin stripes of a plastic bottle and cover them with embroidery floss while
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