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10 DIYs For Using Stuff That's Just Lying Around

Reusing old stuff is a fun and easy way to spruce up your home. And it's a perfect way for busy people to update their home without breaking the bank. With a little inspiration from #LowesFixInSix, you’ve got everything you need!

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1. Reuse tin cans for fast and tidy art storage.

For just a few pennies, your kids will have no excuse for leaving a mess — and Elsie Marley can show you how.
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For just a few pennies, your kids will have no excuse for leaving a mess — and Elsie Marley can show you how.

2. Create a chalkboard for the kitchen with an old cutting board.

This easy kitchen update is inspired by Emily A Clark.

3. Add wheels to old drawers for stylish under-the-bed storage.

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4. Add magnets to old baby jars for a beautiful way to store spices.

As a bonus, you'll free up space in your cabinets — Lauren Davison will show you how!
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As a bonus, you'll free up space in your cabinets — Lauren Davison will show you how!

5. Upgrade your jack-o'-lanterns by using a spooky cookie cutter to make pumpkin carving a breeze.

This spookily easy tip is inspired by Emma Magazine.

6. Transform an old mason jar into a soap pump the whole family will love.

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7. Save a favorite tank top by transforming it into a unique throw pillow.

This plushy DIY is inspired by The Design Confidential.

8. Attach a pool noodle to your garage wall to protect your car doors when kids are getting in and out.

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9. Hang an old pegboard in the kitchen for a creative way to hang cookware.

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10. Attach vertical bungee cords to the garage walls to store balls.

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