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Old Posted: 22-02-2014 , 10:39 PM #1
Eibhlin ni Sheambrai
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Default Upcycling ideas x 30

Here Are 30 Brilliant Ways To Use Old Stuff You're About To Throw Away. #12 Is Pure Genius.

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Old Posted: 26-02-2014 , 05:10 PM #2
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Very quirkey!
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Sooo many ideas!!! My heads gonna explode lol
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Old Posted: 19-03-2014 , 05:08 PM #4
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Default Old TV cabinet transformed

Some interesting ideas there Eibhlin - I like the glass lights and plastic spoon one.

The one of the TV to fish tank is an idea I toyed with years ago for the cabinet below but thought there would be too much work in looking after the fish and tank so hit on the idea of a drinks cabinet. The TV and cabinet were far too interesting to dump and a little bit of history.
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Old Posted: 24-03-2014 , 03:15 PM #5
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Some interesting ideas there Eibhlin - I like the glass lights and plastic spoon one.

The one of the TV to fish tank is an idea I toyed with years ago for the cabinet below but thought there would be too much work in looking after the fish and tank so hit on the idea of a drinks cabinet. The TV and cabinet were far too interesting to dump and a little bit of history.
Brilliant, I love the quirky element of surprise!!
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