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    I hadn't thought of using shower hooks this way! Neat ideas! Another use for the old metal ones: When we bought our camper, the owners gave us our keys on a shower curtain hook.

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    Another good use for shower hooks are to hold index cards. Just punch a hole in the same spot (one corner of the card works best) and run the hook through the holes. This is ideal for flash cards, recipe cards and contact information for friends and businesses in the community. - Jane

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    I use them in my "craft closet" for bead necklaces, my quilting mats and templates (with holes in the top) and any other supply I can hang. My closet stays neat and i know where all my supplies are. If I cannot hang supplies individually I bag them and hang the bag. Especially the bags that curtains or sheet sets come in. It helps keep my projects, and all parts, together.

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    Wow!! I'm certainly going to try this. Just bought new curtain rings and was going to toss the plain ones.

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    i have been looking for ways to use these hooks. i knew budget 101 would be my only place to look. thanks for the great ideas!

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    Just a thought.....hang up empty pocketbooks on the shower hooks in the closet...

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    I like this ideas, they are neat.

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    What great ideas. I have also used one of them in the engine compartment in a van i used to have to hold my funnel in engine compartment, so I always knew where it was.

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    I am an avid thrift store shopper. I find packs of these for 50 cents up to a dollar. They are great for using in the garden to hold up vines or other plants that need support.

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    I like the REALLY old fashioned shower rod hooks... the metal ones that snap open and closed easily. I hook keys on them to hang on a rack. I have my measuring spoons hooked on one so they stay together in the drawer. I even have my measuring cups hooked on one and hanging near the stove.


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    I was wondering what to do with the pack I found in my craft room. Thank-you!

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    I also use them for scarves!

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    Great idea of using old shower hooks, way better then throwing them out.

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    i recently used these in hanging my granddaughters curtains i made her. made opening and closing across curtain rods so easy!

 

 

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