Old Stuff Gets Another Chance (20 pics)

Posted in INTERESTING       23 Jun 2020       1905       1

“Got free empty crates from a local store and made the perfect bookshelves!”

paulinaaaaa

 

“My wife took seeds from our fruits and vegetables last month and our used milk jugs and egg cartons to start a little indoor garden.”

ChrisAngel0

 

“A dress for my baby girl, cut from my old shirt. Crocheted an owl for embellishment.”

ADogNamedKarma

 

“Learned this from my mom. Every time you buy chives/green onions just cut most of them off and use them or store them in the fridge. Then put the roots in a cup with half an inch of water. Regrows back to full size or more within a few days. You can repeat this up to about 2-4 times if you have a good batch.”

drderanged

 

“I had to peel potatoes for soup. Instead of throwing the peels away, I baked them in the oven with some oil for homemade chips!”

Vervei

 

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“Beaded and appliquéd this rust-stained dress and wore it to a wedding.”

isacookiep

 

“I made a bag, that universally fits under all major airline seats, out of old fabric, a vintage leather jacket, and parts from old purses.”

flippingypsy

 

“Just finished sewing produce bags. Won’t feel worried about polluting the Earth anymore.”

Szykoii

 

“Repurposed an old makeup palette and put together a mini grooming kit. The magnet holds everything in place.”

xunshineb

 

“Both of our children used this crib for the first 2.5 years of their lives. Trying to get another 5 years out of it!”

thepixarlamplala

 

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“I made a princess bed for my princess Leila! Refurbished an old coffee table and repurposed an old blanket into a doggy pillow!”

maeganit

 

“Pepperoni made from banana peels. This is how I seduce meat-eaters.”

IdrialTheMage

 

“My mom uses the leftover peels from the oranges we eat to make candied orange peels.”

IEatScientistsForBF

 

“1960s Zenith TV. We took out the tube and now we keep books, a catch-all dish, and pottery on top, and our cat inside.”

neatflaps

 

“Made “baskets” from curtain and duvet covers, whales from upholstery scraps and old clothes, and the girls designed their dresses and used old clothing, scraps, and a bedsheet.”

chrisbluemonkey

 

“My parents planted an apple tree when I was born. Sadly, the tree died a few weeks ago, so I made a bookshelf out of it.”

TrashTashy

 

“Best cake making trick I’ve ever learned. Cut a strip from an old towel, soak it in water, and squeeze out the excess, wrap it around the cake tin and secure it with metal pins before baking. You’ll get nice evenly cooked cakes with no doming.”

charlenehg

 

“Upcycled my coffee bean bags into a tote bag.”

shashirahandmaker

 

“Bookshelf I made from an old trunk”

Dr-Q

 

“I sewed some of my dog’s destroyed toys into a hybrid monstrosity. She is pretty happy to have a new toy!”

muddy651

 



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