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Milk Bottle Caddy Repurposed As . . .
By: A Cat Eye Girl  -  4/25/2011


Ever struggle with a loaded down tray that you use to haul napkins, silverware et al outside to your outdoor dining room?  If you answered yes, here are a few ways to use old caddies . . .

1. Wire caddies hold glasses, glasses hold silverware and napkins . . . Which means that all of the acoutrement you need to eat a mearepurpose, repurposed, repurposingl in your "outdoor"dining room is contained in a little wire caddy that has a wire handle for easy delivery.  Repurpose an old wire caddy to do your hauling!

2.  Repurpose a vintage milk bottle caddy to organize your hair care products.

3.  Fill a galvanized milk bottle caddy with guest towels and washcloths to repurpose it for guests.

4.  Use an old milk bottle caddy and old canning jars as a centerpiece for your outdoor dining table.   

Have any other ideas to share about how to repurpose a wire milk bottle caddy? 



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