Do you love pancakes? Do you love ketchup? Well, don’t mix them together, but you can use an old ketchup bottle to store your pancake batter.
You shouldn’t be buying disposable straws, but if you find one lying around your house, use it to keep your necklaces untangled.
Old T-shirts can come in pretty handy if you don’t throw them out, as you can transform them into an epic rug for your beautiful home.
If you just throw out your newspaper after reading it, why not turn it into a DIY gift bag instead? It looks totally awesome.
If you break your favorite china mug or dish, never fear. You can simply use the pieces to create mosaic artwork on your furniture.
Never known what to do with the extra buttons that come with your clothing? Utilize the holes in the buttons to keep your earrings together.
Baby Food Jars
Baby food jars seem to take up a huge amount of space in your trash can, but did you know that you can actually use them to grow your own herbs?
Why would you splash the cash on a fancy-schmancy cupcake holder or box when you could just use an empty egg carton instead?
Wine corks don’t need to go straight in the trash, as they can make the coolest keychains.
Once you’ve eaten your cereal, repurpose the box to create a storage box that can stick to your refrigerator with magnets.
The options are endless!