Best Things to Collect

Browse through the unique list of best things to collect and be open to new ideas.Inspiration comes from unusual and unexpected sources.  Appreciate the different colours, shapes, textures and patterns and apply them to other areas in need of a face lift. People collect anything. Use these sample collections to inspire one of your own.

Best Things to Collect

Some of the Best Things to Collect

  1. Archie Comics
  2. Superhero Comics
  3. Board games
  4. Weathered sailor’s knots
  5. Super hero costumes
  6. Wooden crosses
  7. Handbags
  8. Old lace
  9. IPhone cases
  10. Picture frames
  11. Vintage Radios
  12. Vintage watering cans
  13. Carved wooden spoons
  14. Vintage thimbles
  15. Lego men
  16. Bells
  17. Vintage pegs
  18. Vintage pill boxes
  19. Paint brushes
  20. Vintage cake and chocolate molds
  21. Robots
  22. Vintage sewing machines
  23. Broken pottery from the sea
  24. Beetles
  25. Bouncy rubber balls
  26. Dice
  27. Porcelain eggs
  28. Vintage maps
  29. Old sewing spools
  30. Old compasses
  31. Pantone markers
  32. Recycled cans
  33. Books
  34. Old suitcases
  35. High-end make-up
  36. Coins
  37. Safe baby play recipes
  38. Ties
  39. Lego sets
  40. Penguin classic titles
  41. Nail polish
  42. Athletic Trainers
  43. Antique typewriters
  44. Video games
  45. Antique cast iron stove grates
  46. Wands
  47. Vintage number plates
  48. Bricks
  49. Hand-painted ceramic bowls
  50. Old boxes
  51. Vintage cake mixers
  52. Old soda bottles
  53. Photos
  54. Movie tickets
  55. Vintage scissors
  56. Dollhouse miniatures
  57. Rocks & minerals
  58. Dr Seuss quotes
  59. Dr Seuss books
  60. Vintage books
  61. Sea-urchin shells
  62. Heart rocks
  63. Wooden toys
  64. Vintage irons
  65. Darts
  66. Hats
  67. Twig stars
  68. Dream catchers
  69. Wooden bingo cards
  70. Magazines
  71. MacDonald cups
  72. Branded soda cans
  73. Doll houses
  74. Pencil toppers
  75. Martha Stewart Silverware
  76. Soaps
  77. Vintage valve handles
  78. Pin badges
  79. Butterflies
  80. Shells
  81. Vintage light bulbs
  82. Date night ideas
  83. Fischer Price Toys
  84. Coloured tape
  85. Treasured moments
  86. Silver lockets
  87. Golden Books
  88. Vintage baking trays
  89. Vintage locks
  90. Vintage tins
  91. LP’s
  92. Pez dispensers
  93. Ladybird books
  94. Jokes
  95. Globes
  96. Headphones
  97. Buttons
  98. Jewellery
  99. Candlesticks
  100. Stones
  101. Vintage rolling pins
  102. Vintage heaters
  103. Paint chips
  104. Vintage photo frames
  105. Vintage aprons
  106. Kewpie dolls
  107. Salt & pepper shakers
  108. Russ troll dolls
  109. Blue&white Polish pottery
  110. Vintage graters
  111. Vintage buckets
  112. Fabric
  113. Barbie dolls
  114. Perfumes
  115. Perfume bottles
  116. Mason jars
  117. Mirrors
  118. Gun shell casings
  119. Pine cones
  120. Bookmarks
  121. Marbles
  122. Cupcake cases
  123. Beer bottle tops
  124. Plastic animals
  125. Cake stands
  126. Vintage telephones
  127. Kokeshi dolls
  128. Vintage cameras
  129. Stickers
  130. Smurfs
  131. Vintage grape gathering baskets
  132. Vintage wooden crates
  133. Old gumboots
  134. Disney movies
  135. Handwritten letters
  136. Vintage fans
  137. Antique keys
  138. Soft toys
  139. Antique door knobs
  140. Antique French mirrors
  141. Pyrex dishes
  142. Small silver Mexican charms
  143. Handmade coffee mugs
  144. Vintage kitchen utensils
  145. Shoes
  146. Vintage bird cages
  147. Cast iron pans
  148. Postcards
  149. Tea pots
  150. Scarves
  151. Wooden cutting boards
  152. Wine bottle corks
  153. Porcelain hand-painted plates
  154. Vintage dominoes
  155. Silver spoons
  156. Vintage paper grips
  157. Travel sand
  158. Vintage hand held mirrors
  159. Vintage bottles
  160. Kashmiri spice tins
  161. Old coins
  162. Cup and saucers
  163. Audio cassettes
  164. Vintage shakers and canisters
  165. Pocket watches
  166. Porcelain jugs
  167. Wall clocks
  168. Watches

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