Jaime Leigh at Snap Guide has shared a tutorial of making a practical three pocket pouch with an old men’s tie.
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Ashley Hackshaw also known as Lil Blue Boo created these adorable memory albums by using the big collection of her late dad’s ties.
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Eileen via flickr has shared a colorful round rug that is crafted skilfully with recycled neck ties.
Jessi Wohlwend at Practically Functional has shared a tutorial of making some really stylish bracelets using old ties and buttons. They will look great to team up with your summer outfits.
Nicholette at Craft Envy has shared a tutorial of a cute headband with a crystal centered flower that she has created from an old tie. The method is pretty easy to follow and you can make many like these from different ties for your little girl.
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Etsy Shop Ascot Handbags has recycled a tie in the form of a cuff bracelet and to give it a feminine touch they have added rhinestones to the cuff bracelet to make the print even more prominent and chic.
Etsy Shop Old Bag Designer has restored an old Victorian chair and added a wonderful upcycled ties cover.
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The Crafting Chicks a blog run by three friends have shared a tutorial of turning old ties into some really lovely necklaces.
Rachel Smith via Flickr has recycled men’s ties into a wonderful belt that you can team up with your single color dresses and tops to make a style statement.
Paige Smith at Paige Smith Designs has shared a way to organize the beloved collection of your jewelry in a muffin tray so that it is not only easy to access but you can also take a look at your collection whenever you want to cherish it.
Melony at Mel Designs found an old muffin tin and she thought she would decorate it with an aviary inspired things such as birds in their nests with eggs.
Beth Marohn at Under A Pile of Scrap painted two old muffin tins into these supper cute snowmen.
Etsy Shop Ethanollie has shared a great way of displaying candles in an old muffin tin. This can be a great idea for a dinner party centerpiece for your dining table.
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Ann Marie at Ann Marie Loves has shared a tutorial of turning an old muffin tin into a wonderful planter like this.
Vintage Fairytale a User at flickr has shared a way to organize the collection of your new and old buttons by color coding them in a muffin tin. So that at the time of need you can easily find out the required button or buttons and finish your work.
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Dana at Tattered Style has rethinked an old muffin tin into an office supplies organizer. The small cups of the muffin tin are ideal for small supplies like pins, paper clips, thumbtacks and more.
Better Homes and Gardens has shared an idea of ending the story of muffin tins in the same place where it once started. You can simply hang the no more used old muffin tins on a wall in your kitchen.
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HGTV has shared another great use of a flea market muffin tin. Simply turn it into a storage for toiletries in the bathroom.
Etsy Shop ARTful Salvage has created a mosaic window by cleverly upcyling stray glass lids. This is truly a masterpiece.
Carlene at Organized Clutter has created a feature for her garden by recycling a barn door and installed old enamel lids on it to create a vignette.
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Katie at The Crafty Blog Stalker has shared this creative idea of covering canning lids’ outer edge with washi tapes in fall colors to create a fall wreath.
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Precious Sister Blog has shared a super cool way to recycle a pot lid into a chalkboard wall clock by using chalkboard paint and a clock kit.
Gail at My Repurposed Life has painted an old candle stick and a recycled pot lid and the result is this beautiful bird bath that is now a part of her garden.
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Etsy Shop Treasure Again has shared a beauteous yard art where enamel pot lids are used as mason jar vase hooks to create art that you can display in your yard.
Ramona Copley at Pinterest has shared an adorable snowman made with white pot lids. She has used three white pot lids in different sizes to create a snowman combined with a cute pink fleece cap and a pink and white polka dot scarf.
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Jill at Create Craft Love has crafted some really cool gift tags using mason jar lids, scrapbook paper and mod podge.
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Megan Hoeppner has crafted this cute photo wreath using jar lids and washi tape.
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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 magazine organizers.
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Jen at I Heart Organizing has shared an idea for all those drawers in your home that are running wild and messy. Simply cut cereal boxes to the height of drawers and then cover them with scrapbook paper and divide the drawers with them. Easy isn’t it?
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Amy at Mod Podge Rocks Blog has crafted a wonderful desk organizer using cereal boxes and toilet paper rolls. Two thumbs up Amy!
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Michelle at Molly Moo Crafts has shared an easy tutorial on making notebooks with cereal boxes, washi tapes, stickers and buttons.
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Krokotak has shared a detailed tutorial on making some really adorable hens using cereal boxes.
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Natalie Kramer at Handmade Charlotte has shared an interesting tutorial of making a constellation light box using a cereal box.
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Samantha at Samantha Kamilos has shared a way to make a kitchen cabinet door organizer using a creal box, contact paper and some tape.
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Lisa at Cucicucicoo has a superb idea to recycle all your empty cereal boxes. Cut them all in strips and then weave them into a basket.
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Red Ted Art has shared a creative way to recycle old cereal boxes into a foldable dollhouse that your kids can enjoy with endless fun.
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Aunt Peaches has shared a project of a home work caddy to make your kids’ homework time exciting and something they can look forward to.
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Jen at Fresh Crush has shared an amazing hack for organizing your purse by making a purse organizer from a cereal box and fabric.
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Rachel at Maison De Pax has shared a wonderful outdoor table made from an old spool. If you observe the design, it is ingenious in a way that it is cut from the bottom in such a manner that chairs can be easily tucked in at the time of eating.
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Beckie at Infarrantly Creative has shared a tutorial of transforming a spool into an upholstered ottoman that you can use to adorn your living room with.
Pink Stitches Blog has shared an idea to use an old cable spool as a bookcase to display and store the collection of your beloved books.
Liz Marie at Liz Marie Blog has created an incredibly beautiful wall clock by recycling the round part of a cable spool.
Dana at Crafted Niche saw a spool like side table at Ballard Designs for a whopping high amount of $200 and then she wore her creativity cap and transformed a small spool into a side table by staining it in a darker shade and then wrapping rope around it. Two thumbs up Dana!
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Lisa Mabey at Mabey She Made It re-imagined a cable spool into a stool that she can use to sit by the side of her window and read. She stained the spool and added a cushion at its top and voila! A cozy stool was ready.
Leesa Spieth at Pinterest has cleverly utilized a spool as it as without any tweaks into a fabric storage and display holder. That seems so interesting!
Etsy Shop Olde Brick Lighting has recycled a spool top to serve as a base for a cool industrial pendant chandelier.
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Kimberly at A Night Owl Blog has shared an idea of making a box from pallets that can serve as a holder for your fall centerpiece decorations.
Gail of My Repurposed Life believes in giving a second chance to old objects and turning them into wonderful creations and this pallet top table with cool triangular patterns is the example of her creative mind.
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Natalie at A Turtle’s Life For Me has shared a cool idea to make your front entry more welcoming by recycling some pallets into flower planters.
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Kari Anne at Thistlewood Farms has shared a pallet clock that you can make for your living room if you want to add something unique in your living area.
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Desiree at Camelot Art Creations has shared a way to make a cool leaning shelf by recycling pallets. Leaning shelves are very in these days and sold quite expensive. Thanks to Desiree, you can make your own too now in very less cost.
Judy Kirkpatrick at Pinterest has shared a bar project that is all created from recycled pallets. Really nice!
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Etsy Shop Pallet Innovation has created this amazing entryway bench all from reclaimed pallet wood.
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Kelsey via At Home With Kelsey has shared a project she has made with pallets for her front porch. She has painted a pallet and added flower planters that now are a part of her porch.
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Donna at Funky Junk Interiors has shared a garden gate along her shed that she has made from pallets.
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Etsy Shop Revamped and Revived has recycled pallets and assembled them into a wonderful shelf that is painted teal and white reminding of the freshness of ocean and beach.
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Beyond The Picket Fence blog has shared a lovely project of an island that you can try for your kitchen.
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Our Little Acre has shared a project for your garden tools’ organization. Simply recycle some pallets and organize your tools in almost no cost.
Sarah Krouse at Home-ology Modern Vintage has made use of an old wagon for making a wonderfully beautiful Christmas display.
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Cathe at Just Something I Made came across an old wagon for a sum of two dollars and then she washed and cleaned it and turned it into a wonderful vintage tray that displays a collection on her coffee table.
Country Living has shared a way to recycle a small old wagon into a catch-all on your entryway table.
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Rebecca Stanley of The Stanley Clan has shared the pictures of her son’s room where she has made use of an old wagon in the form of a wall mounted bookcase.
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Country Living has shared a wonderful idea for those who love to throw parties. Instead of purchasing a new drinks cooler simply recycle a thrift store old wagon.
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Shelley at From The Alley to the Gallery has upcycled an old wagon into a potting bench that has a cool magnetic board too along with springs for pictures and hooks.
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Kelly at Eclectically Vintage has recycled a vintage wagon to display a snow village under her Christmas tree.
Felicia at The Dandelion Cafe has shared an idea to display house number terracotta pots in a wagon. Wonderful idea Felicia!
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.
Becky at Beyond The Picket Fence has made a wonderful use of the shape of an ironing board by turning it into a lit Christmas tree. This is what we call true creativity.
Etsy Shop Simply Pallets has recycled an old ironing board into a wonderful wine rack that can be used for home or for a wedding with a rustic theme.
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The DIY Home Girl blog has shared a great idea for book lovers. If you have got an old ironing board, instead of tossing it away, simply turn it into a home for your book collection.
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Maya at Maya Made Blog has re-imagined an old ironing board into a nightstand that fits well with the tall bed in her mom’s bedroom.
Amy at Playing in the Dirt has rethinked an old wooden ironing board into a potting bench that helps her in doing her gardening work.
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Holliemonster a user at Deviant Art has shared a lovely idea to paint old wooden ironing boards with holiday theme pictures.
Coleen’s Corner Blog has shared a way to upcycle an old ironing board into a towel holder.
Carlene at Organized Clutter has shared the pictures of her laundry room makeover and she has utilized an old ironing board as an art to decorate the door.
Kerry at House TalkN has recycled an old ironing board into a wonderful buffet for her sun room.
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 butterflies underneath the pieces and color them from top with sharpie markers. Once dry neat the edges of the butterflies by cutting. Superb idea, isn’t it?
Meredith O’Reilly at Great Stems has shared a way to recycle milk jugs into birdhouses by adding twigs to them and then painting them in cheerful colors or drawings. You can try this project with your little ones an they will surely enjoy it.
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Cristin Frank at Eve of Reduction has shared a wonderful method of making snowflakes for winter holidays decor using old milk jugs.
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New Life New Purpose has shared a wonderful storage idea. Simply combine cardboard with recycled milk jug boxes.
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Titti at Shoestring Pavilion has shared a stunning creation of a faux capiz shell chandelier that she has created from a metal lampshade frame and milk jug faux capiz shells.
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Amy Bell at All You has shared a great way to recycle a milk jug into a school supply caddy.
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Chelsey at The Paper Mama has created a wonderful watering can from an old milk jug.
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Misty Milam via Pinterest has shared this incredible lit Christmas tree that is all made with milk jugs. Two thumbs up!
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 display your pictures in different parts of your home.
Scott Bedford of Make Fun Creating has created something truly unique from a fork. He has bent and reshaped the fork in the form of an egg cup.
Etsy Shop Mama Joia has made this lovely pendant from a recycled fork. Truly very nice!
UPS Cutlery has shared a candle holder made from forks. The candle holder looks as if it is an art sculpture.
Etsy Shop Santa Heaven has made this stunning Santa Christmas ornament from an old fork. The fun thing about this is that they have made a good use of the fork prongs and have twisted them to mimic a Santa’s beard. The top part of the fork mimics the hat of the Santa. All in all, it is a wonderful idea you can try this Christmas.
Erica at Spoonful of Imagination Blog combined old forks with a piece of reclaimed wood and created this wonderful hook rack that can be used at multiple places such as entryway, kitchen or even laundry room. If you have basic knowledge of bending forks, you can easily create one for yourself too.