Plastic Bottles – Use for keeping things cool in your cooler. Fill 3/4 full and stick in your freezer and pull out when you need it for your cooler.
Steel Cans – Remove label and replace with your own fun label or construction paper. Decorate and use for your own office supply holder.
Old Suitcase – Use to store wrapping paper, tissues, bows and all your wrapping paraphernalia so you can easily pull it out when you need to wrap gifts.
Old Socks – Pull over hands to dust crevices of lampshades, furniture, blinds and any hard to reach place.
Glass Jars – Clean and use to store screws, nails, pens, pencils, rocks, sea shells or just about anything. Use the original lid, cork or decorative fabric.
Cardboard Tubes – Wrap extension cords or a string of lights around them for tangle-free storage.
Toothbrush – Use for cleaning auto parts or grooves between the tiles in your bathroom.
Greeting Cards – Make into gift tags by cutting with pinking shears and punching hole in the corner.
Shower Curtain – Use to cover your table while the kids are painting or doing a craft.
Film Canisters – Fill with aspirin, change or lotion for purse or backpack.