If you have left over shower curtain rings, don't toss them. I put two on the hanger that my jackets are on, then hang the matching slacks or skirt, and top, on the rings. It saves time and room in the closet.
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It pays to keep things. If you save your old metal shower curtain rings, you can use one as a lock for your yard gate. It keeps the gate closed and the kids and pets tucked safely inside.
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I received new shower curtain hooks and am wondering what I could do with my old plastic clips.
Heidi from Manitowoc, WI
You can use shower curtain rods to hold business cards, any small card that you need to have clipped together for business reasons or personal reasons. Punch holes in the corner of the cards and then cook them all into the shower curtain rod and then click the rod to hold the cards and then you could tie a ribbon on it hanging on the back of the chair on the back of your office chair and they are on your desk and they would always be handy
I have a ton of the hard plastic rings that stores use to hang scarfs up. Does anyone have any ideas how to use them in crafts?
You can crochet around them and use for mini wreaths during the holidays. Here is just a few...hundred...ideas too. www.google.com/
Shower curtain rings can be used for many more things than just holding up a shower curtain. You can use them in your closet to hang ties or scarves.
When you get creative, a useful curtain can be added for very little effort or cost. This is a page about shower curtain ring and binder clip curtains.
Shower curtain rings can be used on a hanger in your clothes closet to store scarves and belts. It saves space and makes it easy to find the scarf you are looking for.
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