New Life for Old Men's Neckties

Men's neckties comes in many beautiful patterns and pretty prints that the women's love, change styles so often and many of them as the years past end up in the necktie graveyards. Ties can have sentimental value to us... a lost relative's collection can bring back warm memories and comfort. So don't ever throw it away but give them a new life in a new form. Consider making one of these as your own or giving it as a gift. It would be one of a kind and made with a personal touch. I hope you find this list inspiring and that it may spark some creative ideas of your own! 

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Recycling Old Leather Belts

Turn a boring old leather belts into something with a little more personality. Create some interesting pieces of furniture, replace the seat of any old wood chair with belts - looks neat, a handmade area rug and flooring, lawn chair rewebbed with old belts- too kool for a patio, your little boys belts that grow out of and can no longer be worn by a little brother-sweet memory and many more. Make one of these EASY project that takes minutes but makes a statement.

Shelve Support

Curtain Tie
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Throw Pillow Accessory
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Floor Mat
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Leather Pot
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Drawer Handle
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Leather Bag
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Leather Jacket
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Wine Racks
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Door Mat
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Reusing Old Water Garden Hoses

After spending a few month or years usage of your water hose, your purchase may not be useful anymore. Once you no longer need these hose or they’ve reached the end of their usable lives, what should you do with them? The answer is almost always reuse repurpose or recycle, but garden hoses are not recyclable through L.A.’s curbside recycling program. It's generally made from reinforced PVC with a web of fibers or synthetic rubber and threaded brass, metal or plastic connectors on the ends. Garden hoses must be put in the black trash bin because the snakelike hoses can tangle and damage the sorting equipment at recycling facilities. However, the metal ends can be snipped off and recycle and the hoses can be reuse. So keep browsing to learn what to do with common garden water hoses.

Trash Fashion Show

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Door Mat 
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Hose Rug 
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Hose Bench 
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Floor Mat
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Wreath Decor
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