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Reusing and Recycling Election Signs

by Tiffany in Recycle

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Election Day was November 3rd but you or your friends may have some leftover election signs now. If so do not just toss them!

Put Old Campaign Signs to Good Use

The results are in which means election season is officially over. It’s time to take those campaign signs off the front lawn but instead of throwing them away, why not put them to good use!

Disney FamilyFun magazine recommends turning those old campaign signs into special birthday signs for your children. Just prime and paint them “Happy Birthday Ryan!” and reposition them in the front yard for a very special birthday surprise.

Your kids will love this new tradition and the signs can be repainted and stored for years to come!

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

5 Comments

  • Wendy

    I love that idea. My oldest son’s birthday is coming up in a few weeks and we have a few of these just laying around. This will be a great little project that my youngest son and I can do to surprise him. :)

  • http://franklingoose.com sheri

    What a great idea! Now I wish I had some election signs. :)

  • andiscandis

    They also make wonderful Yard Sale signs.

  • Keith Wilcox

    I’m proud to say I’ve never put an election sign of any kind in my yard to necessitate recycling them. However, I live in downtown Bolder CO and it was rare to see a house without an Obama sign this past year. What an awesome idea that is. I sorta always wondered about that. What to they do with all that old campaign stuff?

  • http://www.ecosmart.com Zach

    Hey that is a great idea to use those old campaign signs and actually put them to good use. Very easy to paint over for any type of sign that I would need. Awesome idea, thanks so much!