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09-20-2010, 02:30 AM #1
Creative uses for old shower hooks
Every time I buy a new shower curtain, I buy new shower curtain hooks to match. I know... I know..... I'm not giving up my retro beads in the bathroom anytime soon.
I have frogs, flowers, and angels that matched some decor in the bathroom in the years past.
Besides donating them, is there any fun, creative things I can do with them?
- 09-20-2010, 02:41 AM #2
10-13-2010, 11:45 PM #3
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In a closet you could hang them over the closet dowel rod and hang belts, scarves, purses and things like that on them.
If you have room in your closet you can attach a couple of cup hooks to the wall, add a dowel rod, the curtain hooks, and use it to hold necklaces, bracelets, ankle bracelets. You could even use a heavy duty curtain rod attached to the wall and put the curtain hooks on it to hang hold jewelry etc.
Attach a dowel rod or curtain road to the inside of a cabinet door, add the curtain hooks to hold spatulas, scrub brushes or things you may not use all the time.
In a work room...same idea of attaching rod to the wall and using it to hold, chains or other items.Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements10-31-2010, 12:18 PM #4
Can you use them to hang window curtains in one of the children's room's?11-04-2010, 01:55 PM #5
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Take them off the hook part and make drawer pulls.11-10-2010, 09:57 PM #6
Quilt hangers or picture frame hangers, even add them to another curtain rod else where.
The round ones have a lot of secondary uses in crafting. I have limited experience with the more decorative ones. I've used them on other curtain rods as a decoration and I've seen them used as hangers for purses, hats, scarves...etc.
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