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  • Colleen Green

    Repurposed Bookshelves. Guitar case... who would have thought! We have a few to many of these in our little home!

  • Jenni McCarty

    Old guitar case. Recycle, upcycle, green project. DIY. Wall paper, fabric, cardstock, scrap booking paper... newspaper... line the back... use something for dividers, strong twigs, really long screw things (huh?)... thick hemp cord, twine, for dividers.... hang or lean on wall.... add some books for a book shelf! I see these junky guitars at yard sale, thrift stores, even in the trash! Want one! OH Line the back with sheet music!

  • 1st of April

    Guitarcase book shelve

  • Marist Schulte

    My Dream Home: Creative and Frugal Storage Ideas

  • Dawn Crawford

    repurposed guitar case = bookshelf (This would be cute in a music room for the music books.)

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