13 Ways To Turn Your Outdated ’90s Tech Into Truly Usable Things

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1. Turn your old floppy disks into succulent planters.

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2. Around the holidays, you can break up old CDs to make sparkly ornaments (or create a mobile of them for year-round decor).

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3. Have you also spent the past few years trying to fill your old CD rack with something useful? Take it outside instead and create an herb garden planter.

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4. Turn old CD cases into a mini greenhouse.

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5. If you still have cassette tapes lying around, it’s pretty easy to turn them into coin purses or wallets. And while this look screams DIY…

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Just keep in mind, Chanel is totally into it.

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6. You don’t even have to waste the cassette’s ribbon, which makes pretty poms for wrapping decorations.

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7. Wow…this is actually pretty cool-looking — a clutch made from VHS cases.

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8. An iMac monitor can become your cat’s new house.

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9. Floppy disks can also be turned into mini-notebooks.

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10. Or lamps.

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11. For the truly ambitious who still have a VHS player lying around…you can apparently turn it into a toaster.

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12. For the unambitious who still have a VHS player lying around…there’s an Etsy store that upcycles them and turns them into very cool pet feeders.

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13. And for the extraordinarily lazy, you could just do this. Thanks, ’90s!

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You don’t need instructions for this one. Just wine.
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