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March 24, 2014



How was your weekend?  Fun, I hope.  FleaChic is all about fun,
especially when it comes to Repurposeful Mondays.  Take a look . . . .

When pieces of games go missing it's very
tempting to toss out the old game boards.
Don't - they make charming table tops.

Thinking about getting a pet?
The Dusty Raven
This repurposed puppy is already house 'broken!'


Whooooo doesn't love garden art?
Find. Make. Do.



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Most people would throw away a chipped
 tea pot or one that had lost its lid:
Funky Junk Interiors
But those people wouldn't know the virtue of
repurposing, would they?  Great bird house.



One of the great things about this tea
cup bird feeder is that it's so easy to fill:




I don't know where to find 12 discarded electric mixer
beaters but they sure do make a cute kitchen clock:
And a vintage souvenir tray is also a great wall clock base.



Old kitchen tools can be framed and used as wall art:
The Chic Site



Plates can be hung in just about any room,
including the bathroom:
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Drawer pulls or knobs make great towel hangers, too.



A panel of antique door knobs is a great
way to display a vintage apron collection.




House Logic



Are you looking for a unique anniversary gift?

This is a darling and personal idea.



The next time you're at Goodwill or a thrift
store look for pieces of sheet music.
Something Salvaged
It makes great "last minute" gift wrapping.




 Occasionally old plastic milk cartons turn up at thrift shops
and flea markets.  They make great seating and storage.




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A kitchen cart also makes a chic accessory organizer.



Better Homes and Gardens
Shower caddies make marvelous craft supply stations.



Do you have an old rake that's seen better days?
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Use it to organize your garden tools.


Today's repurposeful ideas are practical and fun.
Thanks for stopping by!

6 comments:

  1. Wow! That beater clock is pretty cool!

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    1. Reminds me of some of those wild 50's clocks - would look darling in the kitchen.

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  2. Love this post! So many wonderful ideas!

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    1. Repurposing is such a fun challenge - just about everything can have a second life.

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  3. What a fun post today. Love the Teapot birdhouse.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. That chipped tea pot is a darling idea, isn't it? It's kind of sad to think of the many things that end up in the landfill because the owners didn't think to repurpose them. Spread the word! ha

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