10 Things to Do With Your Old Glasses

Is your vintage glassware taking over your home? We've been there. We ARE there. Try giving your glassware a new lease on life with these new yet simple uses.

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Photo By: Flynnside Out Productions

Wineglass Wonderland

Create a winter wonderland in just a few steps. First, set up and glue down your holiday scene on the coaster. Then, pour some confetti into a wineglass to use for snow, top with the coaster and turn over.

Cupcake Stand

As an alternative to wineglasses, place the wineglass upside down and use the bottom as a cupcake stand during parties.

Office Supply Holder

Need a splash of color in your workspace? Use a colorful antique tumbler as an alternative to your typical office supply holder.

Mini Lamp

Have too many wineglasses? Need a centerpiece? Take a white wineglass, place a tea light inside, then add a miniature lampshade on top. Voila! You now have a centerpiece with a purpose!

Succulent Planters

If you want to create a mini garden with your extra glassware, use various sizes of glasses and custard dishes to plant simple and beautiful succulents.

Photo Display

Instead of simply placing a picture frame on your mantel, consider placing it on top of a cake stand to give it height and create visual interest.

Floral Display

Use an old Scotch decanter as an alternative to a traditional flower vase. It looks classy, antique and is unique from typical vases.

Catch-All Bowl

Have a beautiful glass bowl, but nothing to use it for? Try putting it in your entryway as a catchall for your keys and sunglasses. You’ll get daily use out of it in a practical way.

Teacup Candle

The next time you’re feeling crafty and want to make candles, consider using an antique teacup. It will give your teacup a brand-new lease on life.

Goblet Candle Stand

Have a goblet that's too excessive and you don’t know what to do with it? Why not use it as a candle stand? Just turn the goblet upside down!

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