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Both my boys have currently outgrown there cribs and are now sleeping in twin size beds. I have kept their cribs, but we have decided no more children. You may wonder what you can do with an old crib? There are some laws if you are going to donate them, so if that is the avenue you want to go, you will have to do some research first.
For us creating something with it seemed like the best thing since the crib was made of solid wood and metal. It would give it a rustic look that I tend to have around my house. My husband kept telling me we needed to put more on the walls, so I took the metal spring from the crib and went to work.
I went to Wal-mart.com photo and uploaded the pictures that I wanted to print in black and white. It was so reasonable for 25 photos. Then I went to Amazon.com to order the mini white clothespins needed to attach the pictures too. I love Amazon Prime because my clothes pins were here in two days.
Once I had everything, it was time to put it all together, and I could not be more happy with the results. Also, the whole project cost around $20, because I already had the metal crib spring. What do you think?
Want some more ideas of how to repurpose your child’s old crib?
Below I have listed over 25 different ideas you can use to repurpose your child’s old crib to make a beautiful piece of art that will last.
What to do with that metal spring?
– Memo Board
– Command Board or Message Board
– Photo Board
– Hang pots and pans from
– Jewelry Organizer
– Vertical Garden
– Shoe Organizer
– Art Supply Organizer
What to do with all those other pieces?
– Children’s Desk
– Porch Swing
– Chalkboard Easel
– Book Sling
– Bike Rack
– Garden Trellis
– A Drying Rack for your Laundry Room
– Craft Room Organizer
– Children’s Tent
– Toddler Bed
– Garden Gate
– Toy Chest
– Potting Table
– Quilt Rack
– Bar Cart
– Chicken Coop
– Hot Wheels Car Display using a Side Rail
Please feel free to share this post and pin for later inspiration. If you have more ideas on how to repurpose your child’s old crib, I would love to hear about them, feel free to share below.