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    Turn a fishing rod rack into a DIY sunglass holder. Dressed up in pastel hues and girlie prints, notches meant to hold fishing gear are also perfect for hanging sunglasses next to your vanity.

    Turn dresser drawers into bedroom storage bins. One of the dresser drawers turned into extra storage that can hold pillows, books, or even kids' toys at the foot of a bed. The other half became a chic console table.

    Turn an old entertainment center into a faux cooking space for your kids. This one's much more special than anything you'd find at a store — and you can even treat them to a stainless steel fridge!

    Before you ditch bakeware that's seen better days, consider creating a vintage-style display out of old cake plans. This craft is the perfect storage spot for fruit or more decorative items in your kitchen.

    Turn a tire into a clever planter for your porch or garden. You've probably seen hanging tire planters, but this DIY morphs their utiliarian structure into something truly unrecognizable.

    Your most-used threads are always within reach standing at attention in this DIY organizer that's made from a knife block. And a coat of bright paint adds a pop of creativity to your space.

    Turn reclaimed wood into a bathtub tray to add an element of warmth and relaxation to a soaker tub. And a handy notch means you don't even have to hold your wine glass.

    Turned on its side, a headboard becomes an eye-catching space to display blankets and throws.

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    Embrace the ever-present pile of shoes in your entryway by creating candy-colored cubbies for everyone's sneakers and boots out of wooden crates. The hanging bins are too fun not to use, and make stowing shoes nearly as easy as kicking them into a corner.

    With the help of a drill (and some bold paint), this knife block gets a second life as a kid-friendly art station.

    Refurbish an ordinary clock's face with a slice of wood, then reattach the battery and hands.

    Wood decor can be expensive, but now you can create your own log slice table with a little elbow grease.

    If you have pieces of unused firewood lying around your backyard, try sanding them to create these stylish vase holders.0

    Create the illusion of wider space with this wood slice mirror. It's also perfect way to introduce an outdoorsy element into a room.

    How chic! You can recreate these modern industrial wood slice shelves in no time.

    Tiny succulents will be a perfect complement to this hanging wood slice plant stand. The suede ribbon also adds a warm component to this piece.

    For an easy and inexpensive way to admire nature's bounty, mix and match different sizes of sliced birch branch to make these rustic placemats.

    Transferring botanical prints onto these cute wood slice coasters will add a pretty, vintage flair to any dining room table.

    Layer wood chips onto a wooden frame to create this ultimate fall wreath. To add a focal point, adhere a bouquet of fall flowers tied with a burlap ribbon.

    Declutter your desk with this elegant (and rotating) wood lazy slice.

    Greet your guests this fall by placing this adorable pumpkin tree stump welcome sign on your front porch.

    Use a Sharpie to create an arrow motif on craft store wood slices for the perfect coasters.

    Display a seasonal message in your kitchen or living room by coating a wood slice with chalkboard paint. Bonus: Your kids will love drawing on it, too!

    Cut a slit in the middle of a wood slice and slide in a mini calendar page. Place on a shelf or mantel for a cute vignette.