What To Do With Old Cheese Graters?

A Candle Holder Tuula at Thrifty Rebel Vintage has combined three vintage cheese graters using metal wire and have added a tealight holder at the base. To hang it she has added metal chains and
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What To Do With An Old Colander?

A Table Lamp Etsy Shop Litfora Queen has combined a cheese grater with an old colander and has created a rustic table lamp that you can place even in your kitchen or dining room to make a decor
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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 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 An Old TV Cabinet?

A Wine Bar Lori King at Pinterest has shared a wonderful repurposing idea of an old TV cabinet. Simply paint it and add a wine glass rack to a shelf and turn it into a wine bar. A Kids’
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What Do To With Old Cabinet Doors?

A Distressed Serving Tray Jill at Create Craft Love found some old cabinet doors in her dad’s basement that were left over after a kitchen remodel so she came up with a cool idea. She gave
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What To Do With An Old Refrigerator?

A Rustic Cooler Matt2 Silver at instructables has shared a project where he has covered an old refrigerator with pallets and after adding the necessary hardware he has turned that old fridge into
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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 Lamp Bases?

Chic Candlesticks Shabby Chic Inspired Blog has shown us a great way to display our candles. Simply plan a visit to your local flea market, grab some old lamp bases, give them a nice coat of
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