What To Do With Old Doors?

A Coffee Table Sausha at Sweet Pickins Furniture cut an old door and transformed it into a shabby chic coffee table that is now a perfect decor element to talk about in her living room.   A
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What To Do With Old Paint Chips?

A Stunning Peacock Wall Art South Magnolia Market’s Etsy Shop has created this jaw-dropping and magnificently beautiful peacock wall art from paint chips. A Butterfly Wall Art Bright Star
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What To Do With Old Pringles Cans?

A Rustic Rock Vase Fab You Bliss has a great idea to recycle a pringles can into a wonderful rustic rock vase. To make it you have to glue the rocks to a pringles can and once they have dried
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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 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 Table Legs?

Table Leg Lamps Terry Moore of Forever Decorating had two old and ugly legs of a table. She gave them coats of paint and then gave them a distressed look. After that she drilled holes in the legs
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What To Do With Old Coffee Creamer Bottles?

Easter Bunny Candy Containers Easter is on its way and this candy container idea by Makezine blog is surely a worth trying project this Easter for kids. Cereal and Snack Containers Wendy Pickett
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What To Do With An Old Ironing Board?

A Craft Room Organizer Recyclart has shared an idea to recycle an old ironing board into an organizer for your craft room. You can easily store your spools and ribbons in such an organizer. A
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What To Do With Old Rakes?

Garden Trellises Barb Rosen at Our Fairfield Home and Garden found two old bamboo rakes and a wonderful idea struck her which was turning them to trellises with an additional function of a
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