Top Uses For Old CDs And DVDs – Unbounded Ideas
Old and useless CDs and DVDs are, probably, the second most thrown away objects we have at home, after plastic bottles. In both cases, the objects we don’t need anymore, now when storage devices have evolved into smaller and more practical things, can be reused. Imagination and creativity come into play again and what is left behind can be seen in the pictures below.
First of all, decorations, the handiest option which allows you to make countless experiments. The glossy material CDs and DVS are made of enables you to make original decorations that will bring extra light to your home literally. The images below speak for themselves.
It can get simpler that that! Use old CDs as excellent bird scarers in the garden. Hang them on branches while its reflections will scare away those intruders seeking to feed on your veggies and fruits.
Get a plate, even a plastic one, and give it a whole new look by gluing pieces of a broken CD. The new object will look like a mosaic, very original.
Do the same with a guitar, giving it a cool look for those evenings when you enchant your friends with your virtuosity. Or you can give a mirror a splash of color. Imagination goes on and the next on the makeover list is a door covered in multicolored fragments for a room full of personality.
A coffee table with different color reflections will dazzle you and will be an inexhaustible source of pride in the family. The flower pots can also get a new look using those objects you don’t’ need anymore.
Since we mentioned reflections for a couple of times, then old CDs and DVDs are the perfect choice to adorn old and dull Christmas balls.
Now, if you get a quartz clock mechanism and attach it to a CD you get this clock, simple, yet effective. You can thus make one for each of the rooms, painted in different colors.
We also found ingenious this idea of using an old CD or DVD as pads for hot kettles. Some stones glued to it give the new object in the kitchen a natural look.
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