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 Old Pill Bottles?

Bobby Pin Holder Do you always get difficulty to find the countless bobby pins you have that seem to vanish at the time of need? If yes then see how amazingly Jen at iheart Organizing has created
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What To Do With Old Neck Ties?

A Three Pocket Pouch Jaime Leigh at Snap Guide has shared a tutorial of making a practical three pocket pouch with an old men’s tie. A Throw Pillow Decorated with Ties Image via: Shop The
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What To Do With Old Dressers?

A Display Shelf Erica at Spoonful of Imagination found this old dresser in the junk tossed away by her neighbor’s and after giving it a pretty makeover she turned the dresser into a display
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What To Do With Old Cereal Boxes?

Washi Tape Magazine Organizers Jillee at One Good Thing by Jillee has cut and covered cereal boxes with washi tapes in different patterns and colors and the result is some truly cool striped
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What To Do With Old Dishes?

Awesome Plate Pedestals Mitzi Curi at Mitzi’s Collectibles created these beautiful plate pedestals from plates she discovered at flea market. A Window Valance Karen via Somewhat Quirky
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What To Do With Old Wagons?

A Christmas Display Sarah Krouse at Home-ology Modern Vintage has made use of an old wagon for making a wonderfully beautiful Christmas display. A Succulent Planter Image via: Irene G at Home
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What to Do With Old Magazines?

Floral Gift Embellishments Whole Living shows us a phenomenal way to decorate gifts by using magazines as a stock paper for making flowers.   A Wreath Made from Magazine Paper Rolls Kristi
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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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