Handmade jewelry display. That's awesome!
You had me at ants.....blue dawn dish liquid does some amazing things...like...Giant Bubbles; removes hair product build up; MANICURE SECRET; Repel Houseplant insects; CLEAN YOUR WINDOWS;Use it to bathe the dogs. It kills fleas on contact and is much cheaper than expensive dog shampoos. Ice pack; repel ants; UNCLOG TOILETS; Keep poision ivy from spreading; Shower floor cleaner and more.... dawn dish liquid, blue dawn, floor cleaners, cleaning dog hair, ice pack, repel ant, dog shampoo for fleas, clean shower floor, cleaning secrets
Need to remember this for KIDS...Remove a splinter easily by applying a paste of baking soda and water, then waiting several minutes for the splinter to pop out of the skin. Gotta remember this! baking soda for slivers, sliver removal baking soda, paste to remove splinters, removing a splinter, baking soda on splinters, splinter removal, bake soda, baking soda splinter remover, splinter baking soda
Remove a splinter with baking soda is best for tiny, invisible splinters. Using a baking soda paste it will cause the skin to swell and push the splinter out. I'll add this to my "mommy handbook"
Comb as Nail Holder - Protect your fingers while hanging a picture.... Genius!
takes the dead skin right off. All you need is shaving cream and Listerine. I'll have to try this one! Great to know for flip-flop season.
Use packing peanuts to hold a nail, and keep your fingers out of the way.... just pulls right off when you're done.
This was done at a wedding I just shot! They actually tied a knot. They tied a fisherman’s knot and it’s the strongest knot. The rope will break before the knot comes undone and the knot only gets tighter with pressure. Frame it after for a keepsake! - Love this! Great alternative to candle lighting or sand pouring ceremonies! sand, the knot, frame, rope, fisherman knot, tie, hous, unity candles, vow
"They actually tied a knot. They tied a fisherman’s knot and it’s the strongest knot. The rope will break before the knot comes undone and the knot only gets tighter with pressure."