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Ikea Hacking CD Racks into Herb Boxes

Awhile ago, Hubby and I went digital. It was a painstakingly LONG process. But eventually we managed to upload each and every CD and convert the tracks to MP3s. It’s been great shuffling through our music collection without physically switching CDs every 12 or so songs. I love being able to listen to completely different genres right after each other and making specific play lists for different moods or workouts. But there was a downside – now unused, empty CD racks languishing in the basement. They’re in perfectly good condition. I didn’t want to just throw them… and then, inspired by Ikea Hackers, brainstorm – herb boxes! Check it out:

Have you ever tried IKEA hacking? Here’s another garden hack inspired by one of the creative contributors over at Ikea Hacks.

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