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Have you been to The Reject Shop lately? I pop in and out frequently as it’s right next door to my local supermarket. Every time I visit I always discover something new and different to buy. How can you not when it’s such a good price?!

Last week I was given a challenge to get creative and savvy with their products and use them for things other than what they may appear. I was totally up for that and I off I went shopping with my little basket in hand…

Here’s what I purchased. My mind was ticking over as I brought them home and popped them on my kitchen bench…
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What I purchased:

  • Mason jar mounted to wood – $8
  • Bread board – $12
  • 2 x small light globe vases $5 each
  • Gift tags – $3
  • Paper straws – $2
  • Bathroom door hook – $3
  • LED party globes – $25

Here’s what I did with them!

1. Use a bread board in the bathroom

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See, boring bathroom! I have used trays before and I never seem to like them – they’re either too big or too deep.

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The bread board sits perfectly and looks great. What a bargain!

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2. Party lights + bathroom wall hook for kids room

How cute are these lights? I love a good party globe. These clear ones were inexpensive and run via battery so I was even happier when I didn’t have to plug it in to power – this means I can hang them wherever I like.

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On the back of the wall hook were some metal brackets which I took off very easily with a screw driver.

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Such a cute little addition to his bedroom – actually I am going to add a set of these to another room.

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3. Light globe vase

How cool are these light globes? I collected a selection of them. I popped the fairy lights (from above) in one of them (the globes on the fairy lights just pop off as they are only plastic). I also gathered some flowers from my garden…

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4. Mason jar in the bathroom

Here’s a cute mason jar I mounted to the bathroom wall and popped a few complimentary hotel products in them (who doesn’t love a good bathroom hotel goodie! Ha!). Here’s the perfect thing for them. I loved this once I got it up on the wall. You can use this wall mounted mason jar for any kind of makeup too.

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Quick guys! Pop in to your local Reject Shop and see what new products you can discover, or to see what’s new sign up to become a Savvy Shopper and that way you’ll be sure to never miss a bargain.

What do you think? Any of these projects tickle your fancy?

I’m going to give a $100 Reject Shop gift voucher to one of my readers!

To enter answer the following question:

With a $100 Reject Shop voucher, how would you get creative and savvy with their products?

Happy shopping. ♥ KC.

Entries open to Australian residents only. Giveaways are in accordance with my disclosure policy. Competition is based on skill. Full T&C’s are here. CLOSED – winner announced in comments below.