Instead Of Throwing Away Her Old Monitor, The Way She Transforms It Is Astonishing. Love This Idea!
Tahlea Jankoski 1/9/2016
Remember those big clunky monitors that weighed 50 pounds? Even though you probably aren't using it as a computer screen anymore, you can still repurpose it into useful household items.
Your kitty will just sit on top of it, so why not let him sit inside of it? Turn it into a cozy pet condo, and don't forget to leave a toy mouse as a housewarming gift. See instructions here.
Stand Up Bulletin Board
I love this idea! Insert a corkboard in place of the screen. This bulletin board already has a built-in stand!
Just Trash It
Convert it into a trash can! You'll certainly feel eco-friendly when you think of how you brilliantly recycled that old computer monitor.
A Cute Planter
It's really easy to turn a monitor into a planter. You'll need to disassemble it and take out the toxic items (your plant will thank you). Then spray paint it whatever color you would like.
Your chickens will love to nest in this unique house. It'll certainly keep your hens happy. Plus, you'll know exactly where to find the fresh eggs!
Faux Digital Photo Frame
It looks like a digital photo frame, but this holds a real photo. Or, you can display a unique piece of artwork as well.
A Real Fish Tank
Remember when you would watch a video of fish swimming on your monitor, because you didn't have a real tank? Well, now you can turn your monitor into an actual fish tank. A step-by-step guide can be found here.
What a great idea! Store a few magazines inside and you'll still be getting lots of entertainment out of this old clunker.
No need to buy the kids a computer game! Turn this monitor into a puppet theater entertainment center, and they'll have endless hours of fun playing with it. Look at these instructions for more info on how to build it.
Turn an old monitor into a hamster playpen! Those cute furballs will be happy to be the center of attention in their new cage.
While these monitors are less popular to use nowadays, there are still plenty of practical ways to give them new life. From pet pads to magazine racks, the uses are brilliant. How about turning one into a laundry hamper for your next project?