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Topic: Bunch of stuff, perfume bottles, boxes and shoes  (Read 714 times)
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« on: September 12, 2005 08:38:04 AM »

I have a bunch of stuff and noo clue what to do with it, so any suggestions are muchio aprreciated.
#1) A chanel chance perfume bottle, flat and round with a square top and 'chanel chance' written on it.
#2) About 4 pairs of shoes that dont fit any more, there is a greeney coloured pair of cord converse lookalikes, black dollybar school shoes, trainers, and white flip flops, which *do* fit, but are extremely nocomfortable, and waaay too heavy.
#3) A very big plastic box that i keep my craft stuff in, it's clear plastic with a see-thru blue plastic lid, and very boring.
#4) A bedside table/stool, light wood and slatted. Any ideas to brighten it up? My room's theme is kinda reddy goldy bollywood/africany.

thankoo xoxox

« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2005 07:53:12 PM »

I'd probably just donate the shoes.  If they are too torn up to donate, gut all the good bits (shoe laces, buckles, etc) from them, or make into vases or flower pots.  You could use the box to decoupage with or to use as a gift box.  Did you have bottles as well?  Those are great to make mini vases, fill with colored water, fill with colored sand, etc.  Awesome gifts as well.  Decoupage or paint your craft box, but you may just want to keep it clear so you can see inside.  In that case, make a cover for it.  I would probably just paint the side table red, but if that's too boring I'm sure you could accent it looking more at what your room is like.
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