What To Do With Old Washboards?

A Bathroom Decor The Farmer’s Daughter at The Country Farm Home has shared a look of her cottage style bathroom decor. She has put two old washboards inside an old washtub along with clothespins
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What To Do With Old Button-Up Shirts?

A Cute Apron Beth Huntington an eHow contributor has shared a wonderful way to upcycle an old shirt. She took an old powder blue checkered shirt and combined it with an orange and powder blue
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What to Do With Old CDs?

Colorful Stenciled Coasters Amanda Formaro at Crafts by Amanda created these wonderful stenciled coasters from CDs with paint and a stencil. This is so easy-peasy, isn’t it?   A Wall
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What To Do With Old Drawers?

A Storage for Spices and Sprinkles Nancy Gray shares a great way to recycle old drawers where she has used them to store her collection of sprinkles and spices. A Flower Box Serra at Mommy
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What To Do With Old T-Shirts?

A Flower Power Dress Stacie at Stars for Streetlights turned her old t-shirts and a slip into a dress that can give anyone a fashion envy. It seems to be out of a fairy tale.   A 2-in-1
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What To Do With Old Towels?

A Concrete Planter Catherine Elsby at The Rustic Willow came up with a truly unique and interesting idea of making a concrete planter using an old towel. The resulting shape of the planter is
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What To Do With Old Whisks?

A Garden Decor Dragonfly Brittany the creative girl behind Pretty Handy Girl wore her creativity cap and came up with a fabulous idea. She has created a wonderful dragonfly by bending a whisk and
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What To Do With Old Doilies?

Lace Doily Bowls Tanner Bell at A Little Craft in Your Day has shared a wonderful way to create lace bowls using doilies. All you need to do is to take a mixture of fabric stiffener and acrylic
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What To Do With Old Shutters?

A Storage Shelf for The Bathroom Donna from her beautiful corner of the blog world shares a creation for her bathroom that is a stunning shelf made with old shutters and some reclaimed wood. (via
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