Every January turn all of the hangers in your closet backwards, like this. It takes about 60 seconds: Each time you wear an item, hang it back up in the normal fashion, which takes zero effort to remember or do. In June, any item that is still hanging backwards has not been worn in 6 months, donate it to Goodwill unless you can come up with a good reason to save it.
On Jan. 1st, turn all your hangers backwards. As you wear clothes, turn the hanger around. Anything that is still backwards a year later, donate.
Blow into bag then seal it tightly - CO2 prevents the greens from getting soggy! How To Store Salad Greens
Use a plate stand for extra bathroom storage. Smart!
What a "why-didn't I think of that" kind of idea. Put a wine or margarita glass in the middle of a large bowl for instant chip and dip set!
Inflate balloons, cover with tulle, tie at bottom with flowers. Easy and beautiful!
Smart! Paper towel holder for trash bags on a roll Duh! Sometimes I really hate how dumb Pinterest makes me feel!
Shelf Details - old bookshelf or dresser (better if it's missing drawers because then it's cheaper!) and recycle/upcycle it! Sand it down, clean it up and paint the whole thing your favorite color or an accent color that suits the room it'll live in. Before you put the shelves in put fabric on the back "wall"! OR...You could use wallpaper, or stencil your own design! FUN stuff!!
Covering the back of a bookshelf with fabric...
Make this for all your concert, baseball & football tickets... rather than throw away, this is a great way to display! slit at the top to drop in more tickets as the years go on! Love this idea! Would be so much fun to look back on after so many years to see what you did.
Year you met, year you were married. cutest thing ever. Anniversary gift? soo cute!
Craft Storage Cupboard Decorated with Patchwork Paper
Apparently oranges burn like candles. No messy wax, and no wick required. Add olive oil to burn.
Mix Elmers glue with food coloring to paint onto anything glass to create a seaglass effect when dry. Now thats just cool.
Under the glass of a frame, lay strips of scrapbooking paper... a weekly planner!