Good Ideas and tips
Store and organize batteries in a small tackle box. This is so simple and brilliant!!
Disguise an off-center window with draperies.
Instantly hang a second panel behind existing curtains using a bungee cord!
idea for memorializing tiny fingers, use a copy machine. No more inky smears. No more fists full of paint
use a coffee filter to hold baking soda for a fridge odor absorber
How to make candied lemons to decorate a cake - use on lemonade cake for Summer
How to: clean foggy headlights. Cooking oil works to lubricate and lift dirt and residue from car headlights. Use an oil-based cooking spray or a simple bottle of vegetable oil. Rub onto the headlight with a cloth or soft brush, scrubbing to remove any built-in residue. Toothpaste and Baking Soda: In a dish, combine a spoonful of toothpaste with a spoonful of baking soda. This will create an easy-to-apply paste that you can use with an old toothbrush or rough sponge. Rub directly onto ...
Upside down table bed for toddler. Finding a table like this (if it has a marred/dinged table top, oh well!) at a garage sale or thrift store would be infinitely cheaper and easier than finding a four-poster toddler bed. And the hunt is on to find a table that will accommodate a toddler mattress! Kaylin will LOVE her new bed! -SheLoves2Craft
Slow Cooker Melted Coatings from chips: semi-sweet chocolate, peanut butter, vanilla, dark chocolate, milk chocolate Water about 1/2 way up the side of the jars on high. About 30 minutes in the slow cooker, stir to check melting. Keeps them drizzling, dipping temperature for 2-3 hours. May add more chips as needed.
How to melt chocolate chips (and other baking chips) in a slow cooker and maintain a perfect melted consistency.
Turn a 2x4 into a large ruler for the wall, and record the height of your kids as they grow. You never have to worry about moving to a new house