We play with them. We compete with them. We make friends with them. However, at a certain point they’re going to be worn out. Once that happened, we’re just going to tossed them away but please think about it before doing that crazy option. There might be a way to salvage our used sports equipment.
As they fly across from one court to another, eventually those smooth feathers are going to wear themselves off. Now if you’re feeling some sort of attachment to it, maybe because it was given to you by someone special, don’t worry there’s a way to fixed it. Insert some colourful light bulbs, a stretch of wire and hanging it against your wall, they’ll light up your room with such amazement.
Thinking of getting new accessories for your beautiful neck but at the same time making your own creative idea? Yes please! Take those old, or new, shuttlecocks and pluck out the feathers. Find a fancy chain that’s the right size for your neck and beautifully decorate it with those feathers. Voila! A brand new necklace and it’s free!
Not feeling up to bouncing that tennis ball off the wall anymore but can’t seem to find a way to made something out of it? Don’t worry, we got you covered. Take that tennis ball and add-in some quirky faces on to it. Now just create a mouth and just hang it. There you have it! A funny looking hanger to turn your frown upside down.
Picture it, those old sports ball that we don’t play with it anymore can actually be used as a gardening decoration. How? Well it’s quite simple actually, all we need to do is just to cut off a small patch of the ball, make a hole and put some dirt. Now place your favourite flower in it and it’s done. A perfect “flower-ball-pot” for your luscious garden.
Though it’s a popular equipment to fend off against hooligans, sometimes we have to think in a much more artistic point of view. Let’s take a look at the baseball bat, don’t you think it looks like a a perfect leg for a barstool? If yes, than it’s a Home Run! A perfect stool for our own personal bar.
Ever wonder what else can we do to our tennis racket, aside from swinging it around to get rid of flying pest? Let’s imagine, we gather a few of them, arrange them at a specific position, hammer some nails at the intended area and finally place a glass, or wooden, surface on top them. TADA!!! We just made our very own table!