9 DIY Projects To Do With Dad’s Old Ties

A spiffy new tie is pretty much the go-to gift for a father’s day gift. And why not? Akin to a lady and her jewelry, a man can’t possibly have too many ties, right? You can’t really grow out of a tie, they don’t really seem to go out of fashion and the wear and tear they get is relatively minimal given that they are worn on very specific occasions for short durations. That said, it is possible to run out of room in your closet. So if you’re looking to free up some dresser space, check out these 9 tie DIYs.

 

  1. Throw pillows

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  1. Area rug

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  1. Door wreath

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  1. Woven chair seat

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  1. Ottoman

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  1. Placemat and napkin rings

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  1. Unique wall art
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  1. Sunburst wall clock

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  1. Tie-upholstered switch plate

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Written by Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya is a freelance website content writer based in Toronto.

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