Keep the loose end of your belt from dangling. Form a piece of wire into a rectangle. Make it so that there is a little friction when the top belt is threaded through. Paint it your favorite color to match.
Form a piece of wire as shown to prop up a plate. You’ll have to play with the angles for your specific plate.
Make a custom key ring with a socket bit. Choose your size socket and wrap the wire around as show. The wire tends to spring back with larger loops so you may end up using a smaller socket to get the right size.
We like to hang a calendar at our house but we don’t like seeing it all the time. The problem with hanging it a cabinet is that the main panel of the cabinet door is too thin to screw into.
Place two small screws on the styles of the door. Next, thread cord through the spiral of the calendar. Form small hooks and lark’s foot them to the cord. Finally, hang them on the hooks.
Place two magnets on your fridge. Take a section of wire and make the ends as fancy as you want; spirals, circles, stars, mud flap girl, and so on. Place the wire against the magnets. Hang your card.
Hammer the end of a section of wire. Drill a hole in it. File the other end to a point.
It seems that when you get locked out of a house hold door you spend more time finding a small enough screw driver. This key can be placed above the door, on the ledge of the door jam, keeping it handy.
Form a handle at one end. Hammer the other end flat and file it to a flat head.
Make a large safety pin with a section of wire. I use it for a wrench organizer.
Cut the top portion of the hanger off as shown.
Straiten out the wire and form it into a circle.
Make a small loop at one end of the wire.
Crimp the draw string inside the small loop.
Feed it through the opening of your bag / pajama pants / hoodie.
When the crimped loop emerges from the other end, release the sting.
Pull out the wire.
Shape the hanger into a circle. Bend the hook closed for a handle. Place masking tape on the handle end, as shown, to better complete the circle.
Bend a section of hanger into a "U" Shape. Bend the lower part 90 degrees. Tap the newly formed hanger into the wall and hang your mirror.
 project for an interesting way to use a clothes hanger.
 project for an example of using a clothes hanger to make a ring band.