If you own enough florist vases to open a florist shop, you are probably asking, “where can I donate used vases?” Today’s quick win is for you, get ready to reclaim the space that all those vases are taking up. Whether you store your excess vases under the kitchen sink or in the dining room hutch today is the day to seek them out, box them up, and get them out of the house.
This is where you can donate used vases:
- You can donate them to a local thrift store.
- Schedule a pick up with a charitable organization.
- Return them to a local florist shop.
- Fill them with flowers from your garden and share with friends and neighbors.
- Leave them curbside with a sign that reads, “free to a good home.”
This is how you can repurpose vases:
If you are a collector or small things, you might like to display things like seashells or wine bottle corks in a vase. This is in no way meant to be an invitation to change your mind about letting the vases go. Just because you CAN use them, doesn’t mean you WILL use them. Choose wisely.
I hope you can join me online for one of this week free online programs coming up Declutter sentimental items. 7 tiny decluttering ideas. And if you don’t have a copy of Keep This Toss That I’d suggest picking one up today. You’ll find yourself highlighting pages and using it as an ongoing reference. Plus, it makes a great paperweight for the pile of papers you keep saying you’ll go through one day.
Great job on a quick win! Now you know the answer to the question, “where can I donate used vases?”