The Home Depot is a creative person’s dream — aisles and aisles of raw materials just waiting to be put to use in a DIY project or craft. In fact, many of our customers find interesting and unexpected ways to use these raw materials. Floor tiles as a pizza stone, pegboard as a vase for flowers, and even a copper pipe coupling as a napkin ring? The possibilities are endless for repurposed crafts when you have thousands of square feet of lumber, metal and paint to work with.
Here’s another way to repurpose a common item found at The Home Depot — PVC pipe.
That’s certainly not the most conventional use of PVC pipe, but hey it works! Remember to wash the PVC pipe thoroughly before putting it in contact with food.
We used a 4 inch PVC pipe coupling in this photo, and it cost a whopping $1.82.
Just stamp out your biscuit like you would a normal cookie cutter.
How have you used Home Depot products in an unexpected way?
Photos by Caroline Inge
[Editor's Note: Repurposed is a series dedicated to showcasing clever, new ways to use products we all know and love.]