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REUSE Yard signs

reuse yard signs

Here is a great way to reuse those yard signs. Turn yard signs into garage sale signs, open house signs or party signs!

These particular yard signs where made from a glossy thin cardboard, so here is what you need to do:

  1. Using a staple remover remove all the staples that were securing the sign.
  2. Fold the cardboard sign inside out and re-staple onto the sign posts.
  3. Then decorate the sign for your use.
    • Garage Sale / Yard Sale
    • Birthday Party
    • Baby Shower
    • Graduation Party
    • Birthday Announcement
    • Birth Announcement
    • Welcome Home Sign
    • House for Rent / Sale

Here we were having a garage sale so I printed some sheets off of the computer and secured them to each sign. (I was in a hurry and wanted to be neat and readable, but you can get really create with decorating your signs!)

What ideas do you have for reusing these signs? We would love to here them in the comments below.

Do you have an innovative way that you reuse or re-purpose items? Tell us about them in the comments, below.

Check out more ideas on how to reuse items around your home!

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One Response to “REUSE Yard signs”

  1. Kami says:

    We reuse plastic coffee cans for storage in the garage, of tools, nails, screws, etc. Also, I reuse small jars in my home office to hold paper clips, binder clips, rubber bands, etc. I save styrofoam egg cartons so that when I am crafting and I need to mix paints or rinse my brush, I do it in the egg carton. When I’m finished, I throw the whole mess away! Those plastic containers that lunchmeats come in get reused to take lunch to work, so if it gets left there, I spend literally nothing on the container. AND, last but not least, old clothing that is not in good enough shape to be donated is cut up to be used as rags, and the good parts are kept for other projects, such as wrapping gifts, small trim for crafts, or to help stuff homemade toys or pillows. Reusing saves time, money, resources, AND the environment!

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