Easy magnetic bulletin board for my son's school work and artwork: I bought two 12x18 galvanized sheets from home depot ($5 each). After removing the glass from a 24x18 picture frame, I covered the metal sheets with fabric side by side. Painters tape held the fabric still until I put the back of the frame back on. Looking forward to keeping the fridge free of papers!
My fridge with frames! This took lots of hot glue and magnets on the outer back rim of the frame, but I just took the glass and backing off these $3 walmart frames and now have tidy spot for little ever-changing masterpieces.
Build a window seat from wall cabinets. What a great way to create extra storage!!
what a great idea! such a time saver for birthday parties- scoop the ice cream into lined cupcake pans & put them in the freezer. then just pull them out when you cut the cake & serve!