If you loved watching movies inthe ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, or the very early 2000s, you’ll have plenty of memories of your VHS player and the library of tapes that you’d viewover and over again.
When VHS first came aroundin the mid-1970s, it was a huge, amazing deal.The technology changed the way we watched and recorded video!
I remember the entire bottom shelf of my family’sentertainment cabinet in the living room beingfull of VHS tapesthat my brothers and I digged through. But now with DVDs and streaming video being the primary source for viewing, those old tapes aren’t quite as useful.
We’ve all got a bunch of junk lying around the house, but sometimes no ideawhat to do with all of it. These 10 ideas for repurposingold VHStapesare all so much better than keeping those relicsof the past stuffed away in thebasement somewhere. Obviously, I won’t be destroying any home movies, but for the dust-collecting tapes (or the ones whose footage has been transferred to a digital format), these ideas mayactually be more useful that the original purpose!
Will you be trying any of these crafts?
1. VHS Rope
2. VHS Light
3. VHS Clutch
4. VHS Pom-Poms
5. VHS Table
6. VHS Yarn Dispenser
7. VHS Bracelet
8. VHS Standing Lamp
9. VHS Storage Containers
10. VHS Gift Decorations