Oh, Monday. You arrived too soon!
But, we're here so let's make it a useful Monday
with some ingenious Repurposing projects.
Need a nifty idea for that collection of
miscellaneous tea cups and saucers?
Adorable coat rack, isn't it?
Tea cups on flatware stands are charming votive candle holders:
Flea market cups and saucers make
sturdy and affordable bird feeders:
You'll often find a basket of inexpensive eyeglass
cases on the check-out counter of thrift shops.
Over the years I've posted some great camouflages
for docking stations. Here are two brilliant ideas:
A vintage record player was converted into Recharge Central. . . . . .
. . . . . as was this industrial tool box:
Speaking of tools, how charming is this wreath?
The patina and rust on these industrial
casters will add color to any bookshelf.
Can you guess what's hiding under this outrageous ottoman?
An old tire!
A vintage motorcycle headlight was converted
into an unconventional desk lamp.
This very inexpensive particle board thrift shop
bookcase was painted and turned into a bar.
I absolutely adore this idea:
Portable picture frames!
Get an early start on a St. Patrick's Day
broach with buttons, beads and a glue gun.
Hooo knew that a strainer and two bottle caps could be so cute?!
A picture frame + a bit of fabric = instant tray!
And a serving tray can also be a portable
diaper changing supply station tray:
Dad's and Granddad's old shirts make endearing baby bibs:
Thanks for taking a moment out of your busy Monday to stop by.
See you tomorrow!