Is your closet being overwhelmed by write hangers? Before you start throwing them all away, you may want to hang onto a few in order to get a little more use out of them.
1) Plastic Bag Hanger
Create a sack and slip a hanger through it. Fill this sack with plastic bags and use it to store those excess grocery bags.
2) Hang a Picture
Make sure the frames in your home are hung perfectly straight by using a wire hanger. Learn how it’s done below.
3) Hanger Holiday Card Holder
Tie a few wire hangers together to create this darling holiday card holder. Learn how to make it here.
4) Declog a Drain
Straighten out your wire hanger and tighten the hook and use this end to shimmy up and down your drain to remove any blockages.
5) Paper Towel Rack
Place a snip at the bottom of your wire and slip your paper towel roll through it. Now you have a hanging paper towel roll.
6) Make a Bubble Wand
Bend one end of your hanger into an “O” or other shape and dip the wire into a soap solution to create a bubble wand.
7) Hanging Planter
Reshape a hanger and secure the open ends to a rounded piece where a potted plant can sit to create a hanging planter.
8) Tape or Ribbon Organizer
Cut a piece out of your hanger and bend the ends into hooks so that you can open and close it. Use this to store your ribbons or tapes.
9) Magazine Rack
Pull the bottom of your hanger and fold the bottom of it. You can place magazines in the folded portion and use the hanger to hang your rack in a convenient spot.
10) Make a Wreath
Uncoil a hanger and straighten it out in a circular fashion. You can tie cut strips of fabric or glue other pieces around the wire to create your wreath. You’ll find a tutorial here.
11) Marshmellow Roaster
Wrap a wire hanger around the end of a wooden stick and cut off the ends so that you have prongs. Place your marshmallows on the prongs to roast them.
You can make a pool or birdbath skimmer by rounding out a wire hanger and placing pantyhose or another netting over it.
13) Hang Flip Flops
Cut off the ends of your wire hanger and curl them upwards to hang your flip-flops.
14) Costume Wings
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Instead of buying an expensive costume you’re going to wear once, you can create butterfly, fairy, or angel wings by watching the tutorial below.
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