10 Under $10: Ways to Save Your Favorite Memories

     

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    • Csuhr

      Do you have any ideas or suggestions on what to do with all your old trophies and plaques?

      • LibbyKane

        Hi Cshur: The tricky thing about trophies and plaques is their bulkiness — you can’t stuff them all into a jar! Instead, we love the idea of incorporating them into your decor by using them as vases or containers for utensils, headbands, etc. That way, your memories are ever-present, but not obtrusive. For an example, see this link: http://heatherbullard.typepad.com/heather_bullard_collectio/2012/02/trophy-cup-utensil-holders.html. Hope that helps!

        • Ruddle58

           I saw some made into lamps.  They looked great.  Older ones are made of silver!  They look beautiful.

    • Firetoair

      Each idea is tackier than the one before.Why would you even keep your old house keys, let alone display them ???? Throw that crap away!

    • apushkal

      That’s cute but I look at it and think: what a pain to dust. And where would I put them?

    • CleoBarker

      Old candle containers work the best for a memory jar or a jar to hold change and other items.