Turn Your Trash Into Treasure With These Clever Repurposing Projects.
Got a broken washing machine? Take the inside drum out and transform it into a fire pit for the backyard. Make sure to use a high heat paint.
When the metal in an umbrella breaks, people automatically throw it away without a second thought. Before you do that, however, you should save the umbrella's fabric to use to recreate these reusable bags!
Versatile Paper Clip
Are you in need of a temporary wallet? Try using a paper clip as a money clip! It can also be used as a key chain at the same time. Now all your cards, money and keys are in the same place.
If you're a girl who loves to accessorize, you most likely lose track of your jewelry all the time. Try organizing all your accessories with a cupcake tray! It'll look cute and now you won't have to search your entire room for that one earring.
Suitcase Side Tables
Got one of those vintage suitcases in your closet? They may be out-of-date to take on an actual trip but you can repurpose them into these cool side tables! They'll make a great addition to any room in the house.
Teacup Curtain Tiebacks
If you've got a chipped teacup, use them to tie back curtains. They'll be a nice Victorian looking addition to your windows!
Do you need a filing system for a cheap price? Try transforming an old suitcase into an accordion folder. This way, you can organize and store as many files as you want.
Do you like cooking pancakes for breakfast? Fill empty ketchup bottles with pancake mix to create the perfect pancake squirter! It'll make the cooking a lot easier.
Camera Desk Lamp
Repurpose an old camera into a cool desk lamp. The light will come from the camera as if it was taking a photo!
Once you're done with that six-pack, don't throw it away! You can repurpose it into this handy condiment carrier that can go in the middle of your dining table.
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