I haven't had a recycling Tool Time in a while. You know I always look at something twice before I throw it out and then stuff it in my purse or store it away for a project. Sad, I know...I think I need some sort of garbage counseling LOL!!
Well, here is one of those items.
Do you know what these are?
They look like doll house tables...but they are those little plastic pizza thingies that you find in the middle of the pizza so the cover doesn't end up squished on top of the pizza. Not sure of the name, but maybe pizza protector or pizza box support.
They're only 1 1/2 inches high and 1 1/2 inches wide. Tiny little things, but I have big plans for them.
How about drying supports for craft projects.
Paint something on both side and place it on this support, so it can dry all over at the same time.
Another drying support especially when using glue or Mod Podge. I made these balls with shredded old book pages. Can't let the glue dry right there on the table, because it would glue itself right to the surface. These supports are plastic, so nothing really sticks to the little spikes and the air circulates all around.
How about gluing these to some kind of sewing station and have all your hand sewing thread right there where you are working. You could some how fashion an area for a pincushion, thread and scissor holder, then glue this plastic thingy to that to hold the thread.
This one is a little crazy, but worked great with my iPhone.
Great for watching videos, or having the phone up so that I can see texts or emails coming in without having to tip the phone to see...especially if I'm working at my desk and the phone is flat on the table. This keeps it in plain view.
If you can think of other things to do with these crazy little things that I hate to throw away...let us know in the comments section. There must be something else we can do with them!!
Oh wait...I just thought of another one, but sorry no picture...just brain storming. A place card holder for the dinner table or when you are labeling food on a buffet!
Keep thinking and eating pizza...we need those support thingies!