8 Clever Ways to Upcycle Trophies ...


8 Clever Ways to Upcycle Trophies ...
8 Clever Ways to Upcycle Trophies ...

From repurposing tuna cans, we move to fun ways to upcycle trophies. I am referring to trophies that you win at soccer games or bowling matches, not the animal type ones that you hang on your wall. We have here 8** ways to repurpose trophies** and all of the ideas are easy to do. They're perfect for parties or giving your home a quirky new DIY decor. Hope you enjoy these craft ideas!

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Bottle Toppers

Bottle Toppers Wine is already a very cheerful creation but with an added trophy topper, you will make the beverage even more amazing. To upcycle trophies this way, you will need the top parts of the trophy and corks. You will also need a drill to make a hole on your cork tops so that you will be able to attach the trophy parts.



Coat Rack

Coat Rack Here is one clever way to upcycle trophies. For this particular DIY project, you will also be needing trophies with "human" tops. You will also require a long piece of wood, drill, clamp, nuts and washers, sandpaper, rags, and shellac. The basic idea is to make use of the trophy tops as the hooks of your rack. Check out the link for the complete how-to.



This DIY project is a great way to upcycle trophies and turn them into a useful coat rack. All you need to get started is a long piece of wood, a drill, clamps, nuts and washers, sandpaper, rags, and shellac. The basic idea is to use the trophy tops as hooks for the coat rack.

To begin, use the clamps to secure the long piece of wood to a workbench. Make sure that the wood is firmly secured and won't move. Then, drill holes into the wood where the trophies will be placed. Make sure the holes are large enough to fit the trophies.

Next, use the sandpaper to sand down the wood and smooth it out. This will make it easier to apply the shellac later. Once the wood is sanded, use the rags to wipe away any dust.

Finally, apply the shellac to the wood. This will help protect the wood from water and other elements. Once the shellac is dry, attach the trophies to the wood using the nuts and washers.


Vintage Centerpieces

Vintage Centerpieces One cute way to upcycle trophies is to use them for storing or displaying other things. Here, they serve as flower vases or wedding centerpieces. You will need the cup types of trophies for this particular DIY idea. The more vintage or tarnished the trophies, the better.



Paper Maché Vase

Paper Maché Vase This idea is basically similar to the previous DIY I mentioned here but instead of displaying the tarnished trophy cup in all its vintage glory, you will be covering it with pretty paper. You can do this if the trophy cup is not tarnished or vintage-y enough. This is also useful if you can only find plastic trophies.



Cupcake Stand

Cupcake Stand From trophy to cupcake stand? Why not? The best types of trophies for this DIY project are the ones that are tall and huge. If you can find the types that have those wooden or metallic pillars, even better.



Candle Holder

Candle Holder Here is another easy** way to upcycle trophies**. To make this, you will need to remove the trophy tops and glue them upside down to a base (could be a piece of wood or metal disc). Easy!



This creative upcycling idea is a great way to repurpose old trophies. With just a few simple steps, you can transform an old trophy into a candle holder. All you need to do is carefully remove the trophy top and glue it upside down to a base. This can be a piece of wood or a metal disc. The result is a unique and eye-catching candle holder that adds a touch of elegance to any room.

Upcycling is a fun and creative way to breathe new life into old items. Not only is it a great way to save money, but it also reduces the amount of waste going to landfills. Upcycling can also be a great way to show off your creativity and make something unique and special for your home.

This particular upcycling project is relatively easy and can be completed in a short amount of time. With just a few materials, you can create a beautiful candle holder that will add a touch of sophistication to any room. This project is perfect for those who love to craft and want to make something special for their home.


New Trophies

New Trophies A no-brainer way to use old tophies: you turn them into new trophies! You can do this by embellishing them with paper, glitter, and other fun materials. If you're organizing a party where games will be played, repurposing vintage trophies this way is a good idea.



Painted Modern Art

Painted Modern Art Last but not the least is this easy idea to recycle trophies. What you do is paint them and then display. Easy, right? This is great if you're into home decor that are uniform in color.


I'm sure you have even more ideas for repurposing old trophies. Don't hesitate to share them with us! We'd love to learn of other ways to upcycle trophies here on All Women Stalk.


Upcycling is a great way to give old items a new life and make them more useful. In this article, we explored 8 clever ways to upcycle trophies. The first idea was to turn them into a key holder. This is a great way to repurpose trophies and keep your keys organized. The second idea was to turn trophies into planters. This is a great way to add a unique touch to your home decor. The third idea was to turn them into wine bottle holders. This is a great way to store your favorite wine bottles in style. The fourth idea was to turn trophies into coat hangers. This is a great way to add a unique touch to your entryway. The fifth idea was to turn them into candle holders. This is a great way to add a romantic touch to your home decor. The sixth idea was to turn trophies into bookends. This is a great way to keep your books organized and stylishly displayed. The seventh idea was to turn them into lamps. This is a great way to add a unique touch to your living room. The eighth and final idea was to paint them and display them. This is a great way to add a modern touch to your home decor.

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Wow! Thank you for the fantastic ideas! I am not a naturally crafty person, yet I’m often disappointed by suggestions I find online after doing searches such as this. I will be using more than one of your suggestions! Thank you!

Haha how clever! The flowers are just beautiful.

pondering how to use the event identifier, statue etc..., as a Christmas ornament for my now adult children. The labels, am pondering what to do with them, wind chime parts. The rest of the trophies you have given me some good ideas for.

Very interesting ideas! I would have never thought of these!!! I may have to raid my parents closets to find some trophies! :) thanks for sharing!

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