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10 Repurposing Projects Your Kids Will Love

I love the idea of using old toys and adding a whimsical touch to storage jars for a playroom shown above! Sometimes the best projects are so simple … and eco-friendly. I love all these ideas for repurposing old objects into something else. This roundup is for the kiddos … they won’t even know it was meant for something else.

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  • Eco-friendly Medieval 1 of 10
    Eco-friendly Medieval
    Cardboard box Castle.
    For the full tutorial visit Declutter Reorganize Repurpose.
  • Collect and Sort 2 of 10
    Collect and Sort
    Use egg cartons to store and sort small collections.
    See more egg carton ideas at Declutter Reorganize Repurpose.
  • Toy Story 3 of 10
    Toy Story
    Eek! This is fabulous! Use old plastic toys to spruce up storage.
    See more at House to Home.
  • Bigger is Better! 4 of 10
    Bigger is Better!
    Shape Sorter.
    For the full tutorial visit Declutter Reorganize Repurpose.
  • Wall O’ Cars 5 of 10
    Wall O' Cars
    Repurpose a knife rack into metal car storage.
    See more at Bambino Goodies.
  • Drawer Dollhouse 6 of 10
    Drawer Dollhouse
    Repurpose old drawers into an adorable doll house!
    See the tutorial at Nice Girl Notes.
  • A Place of Their Own 7 of 10
    A Place of Their Own
    Repurpose a crib into a fun workstation.
    See more crib repurposing at Consignment Mommies.
  • Parachute Fun 8 of 10
    Parachute Fun
    Have a broken umbrella? Make it into a fun parachute!
    See the tutorial at How Does She.
  • Pages 9 of 10
    Pages
    Make a pencil organizer from a phone book.
    See the tutorial at I New Idea.
  • An Italian Train 10 of 10
    An Italian Train
    Make a Train from Pasta.
    Click to see more pasta craft ideas at Declutter Reorganize Repurpose.

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