A set of wooden blocks is one of those obligatory items that we get (or receive) for our kids, which tend to have a relatively short shelf life in playrooms. Unfortunately, kids either bore of them quickly or use them as projectiles — either occurrence signals that it's time to find a new home for those clunky toys. Stat. But before tossing the bag, think about reusing them in these fun ways that will allow you to make old blocks new again.
Need a little help around the house? How about making your family a set of these ingenious chore dice .
Source: Dellia Creates 
Kids Building Block Coat Hanger
Hanging your kids' coats never looked so cute (and smart) than with this DIY building blocks hat rack and coat hanger .
Source: Built by Kids 
Nursery or Kids Room Decor
Stephanie of Red Door Design has old blocks work double duty as colorful decor  in a kiddo's room.
Source: Project Nursery 
Homemade IQ Blocks
For this fun DIY IQ Game , all you need are secondhand building blocks, some paint, and a photocopier/printer!
Source: Learners in Bloom 
Kids love stamps, and you'll love making a set of these homemade stamps  using old blocks and some craft foam!
Source: Lines Across 
Skip dishing out the dough for new party decor, take a cue from Kids Party Hub, and use your old alphabet blocks as centerpieces  for your tot's parties.
Source: Kids Party Hub 
Alphabet Blocks Ornaments
It's never to early to start getting ideas for (and making) holiday gifts, and these easy-to-create alphabet blocks ornaments  would make a great one for your kids to give to grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.
Source: Lolly Jane