GON Repurpose and Upcycle
GON Repurpose and Upcycle
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GON Repurpose and Upcycle Upcycle or Repurpose Old Tea Cups…Clever! Most everyone has extra, mismatched tea cups hanging around. Before you ditch or donate them, see if you can transform them into something useful. Here are a few ideas…
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Glue a tea cup to a matching saucer to make a unique bird feeder. Allow the glue to dry. Hang on a tree or Sheperd's Hook. Fill with bird seed appropriate for small birds. Enjoy your newly repurposed tea cup and feathered friends!
Add some rocks to your tea cups for drainage. Scoop dirt or garden soil into the cups. Add a few tablespoons of water to each cup. Put on a pair of gloves, to protect your hands, and place a small cactus in each cup. Add more soil to ensure the plant is standing up straight. Top with rocks if desired. Enjoy your lovely cactus garden!
Maybe you have a ton of tea cups, but don’t drink tea? No problem. Use them to serve salad or fruit instead! This is so unique and your family and guests will love this fun serving idea.
GON Repurpose and Upcycle Upcycle or Repurpose Old Tea Cups…Clever! Most everyone has extra, mismatched tea cups hanging around. Before you ditch or donate them, see if you can transform them into something useful. Here are a few ideas…
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Glue a tea cup to a matching saucer to make a unique bird feeder. Allow the glue to dry. Hang on a tree or Sheperd's Hook. Fill with bird seed appropriate for small birds. Enjoy your newly repurposed tea cup and feathered friends!
Add some rocks to your tea cups for drainage. Scoop dirt or garden soil into the cups. Add a few tablespoons of water to each cup. Put on a pair of gloves, to protect your hands, and place a small cactus in each cup. Add more soil to ensure the plant is standing up straight. Top with rocks if desired. Enjoy your lovely cactus garden!
Maybe you have a ton of tea cups, but don’t drink tea? No problem. Use them to serve salad or fruit instead! This is so unique and your family and guests will love this fun serving idea.
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