I saw an expensive designer "labyrinth" carpet like this in a catalog years ago, and wondered at the time if I could recreate the effect on the cheap by taking electric hair clippers to a piece of ordinary deep pile carpet. Long story short: It works!
Build a PVC frame for plastic storage bins! No need for unstacking your bins when you need the Christmas boxes that are at the bottom of the stack!
Fold a pocket in your wrapping paper to put the card in it.
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.
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Hinged canvas - this is such a ingeniously simple idea.
Lunchbox Cupboard: the kids pack their lunches—they pick one from each drawer (fruit, granola bars, snacks, desserts, drinks, etc.). The parent chooses what goes in the drawer, but the child learns to make their own choice of what to eat.
Use a mop holder to store spices
Our district's math curriculum is Investigations Math, and it includes many games where the students have to roll two dice. Problem: Sometimes it drives me crazy when the kids roll their two dice and they fly to opposite sides of the room... Solution: Roll the dice in this cute container! (There really is enough room for the dice to roll inside there.)
"roll" dice without losing them- great for travel!
Use a pool noodle to make a wreath
Shoe rack--simple and effective Holy crap, so smart!!
Cut a sticker in half and put in their shoes. They can line up the sticker and know which shoe goes on which foot that way!
Apparently oranges burn like candles. No messy wax, and no wick required. Definitely trying this.
leftover wine into ice cubes... perfect for when you need just a bit for cooking