Thursday, July 10, 2014

5 New Uses For Old Things In Your Home

Louisiana Homes and Land Team
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5 New Uses for Old Things
#1 - Wine Corks...Save your wine corks and make coasters or house decor out of them! Wrap them together in any kind of ribbon and you have a great gift for someone!




#2 - Wine Bottles...Wrap your old wine bottles in yarn or twine. Add any desired applique's. Another great idea for house decor!




#3 - Old Book Pages...These paper flowers can also be made with newspapers. They will add a great splash of color to a room!




#4 - Old Books...Transform old books into a bird house! You can either paint over the old books and decorate them or just leave as is. Such a cute idea!




#5 - China Plates...If you used to collect antique China plates and no longer have space for them you can make a decorative clock! So classy and unique!




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