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The lazy crafters' guide to making a T-shirt rug

This project is quite easy, and it's also immensely rewarding. It let me keep old (unwearable) clothes without cluttering my drawers. It gave them a new, useful and pretty life. It's easy and quick enough to get actually finished in a few days. It leaves behind minimal craftermath. And my favorite part — since it seems I'm getting old and lazy — for the most part it can be done while sitting on the sofa, watching reruns of Grey's Anatomy.

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What do I do with all my old bras?

I'm going to need a new wardrobe and I'm sure I'll be dropping off a lot of stuff at charity shops. But… can I do that with bras? Would you buy a second hand booby wrangler? What do you do with bras that are okay, but just don't fit you anymore?

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How I turned a mannequin into a curiosity shelf

This bronze dude was donated to me years ago by friends opening a retail store, who found a dozen or so vintage mannequins in the attic space. But after a few moves, he wasn't as handsome as he used to be, but I was reluctant to toss him. In a last ditch effort to revive him for one more life, I decided to cut off his imperfections and make him into a shelf.

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Relique offers one-of-a-kind vintage finds for your one-of-a-kind home!

Relique brings you vintage and repurposed interior accents that are classic, artistic, and have tons of personality. Relique's buyers shop all over the world for pieces that they'd put in their own homes. Pieces that you're going to want to put in your homes. Pieces like those awesome vintage wood hat forms pictured above, or repurposed lights made from jet parts, or retro skewers, or any of these things…