Ways to Reuse Old Stuff
You can also break the neck of the bottle to broaden its mouth. So, next time before you plan to dispose those old wine bottles, may be, it's time to rethink.
You can just directly use these CD's as coasters or you can paint them or cover them with some attractive paper!
You have to overlap the ends of the skirt and stitch it along the length. Now, sew a fancy strap at the other end and be proud of yourself for channelizing your creativity the right way. You can decorate the bag as you like or let it be plain, whatever you do, you are sure to make a style statement.
Your old sweaters will also serve the purpose, in fact they would make cozy blankets for winter.
Use rubber bands to create the toy's head, hands, body and legs. Place it in your show case or just anywhere you like, they look cute!
You can sit in the hollow part of the tire and swing away. Your kids are sure to be fascinated with this entire project!
Toilet Paper Pen Stand
You will be surprised, but toilet paper rolls make fantastic pen stands. All you have to do is cover one end of the roll with a thick cardboard and then cover the entire thing with a colorful paper. You can use the comic section of your Sunday newspaper to do so.
Old CPU into a Barbecue Grill
This is one of the most creative ways to reuse old stuff. If you have your computer which you are going to be dispose off, then wait! The CPU can be dismantled and made into a hollow rectangle, correct? Now, you have to place some coal in there and begin grilling the chicken. Simple, isn't it?
You can make creative paper bags and in fact decorate them or paint them in colors you like to make them look attractive. You can also play with the size of these bags. So, you know what you have to do with the old newspapers!
Greeting Cards Mural
You cannot throw away the greetings cards, however you cannot pile them up either. Here is what you can do, make a collage of all the cards you have on the wall of your room. You can add borders around the entire collage, making it look neat and attractive.
Styrofoam Mini Fridge
Waste Styrofoam, that comes in as packing material with your crockery or electrical appliances can be cut and made into a small box. This will act as a mini fridge if you put some ice cubes in there. It can store cold drinks or chilled beer bottle while you are on a road trip.
Empty Cereal Boxes into Piggy Bank
Empty cereal boxes make good piggy banks. Firstly you have to seal the box with an adhesive or glue. Then just cut a slit on the top to facilitate money or coins in easily. If you do not want people to know you have made it out of a cereal box, just cover it with a fancy paper or something!
Small Bottles of Cosmetics
Save small bottles of cosmetic, as they can be of great help when you are traveling. You can refill these small bottles with lotion or lip balms, so that the hassle of carrying big bottles is waived off. Hence, making your packing more organized and compact.
Your favorite biscuit and butter packets make good refrigerator magnets. You have to just seal the openings and fix a magnet behind the packet and place it over your fridge. Old scrabble tiles too can be converted into refrigerator magnets.
Use the Blank Side of the Paper
We normally stack papers that are not used completely, meaning just one side of it is used, while the other side is blank. Gather them together and get a spiral binding done. You can use it as a rough dairy!
Old spoons or forks can be bent, which looks like the English alphabet "C". Get it fixed into the wall in a way which will make it look like the English alphabet U. This will exactly resemble a hook and act like one too. You can hang napkins, clothes and many other things.