The next time you boil a dozen eggs, save the water and pour it on your garden and plants.  The water becomes enriched with calcium when the eggs are cooked.  Plus, why pour water down the sink when you can reuse it for something, right?

(link) REUSE & CONSERVE WATER ~ The next time you boil eggs (hard boiled eggs, deviled eggs), save the water and pour it onto the soil (NOT plants!) for your garden and houseplants. The water becomes enriched with calcium from the boiled eggs shells.

3 Steps for softer yarn.  Simply wash it in a lingerie bag!

How to soften cheap acrylic yarns. Worth a try! How to soften cheap acrylic yarns. Worth a try! was last modified: January 2014 by admin

Homemade Frosty Paws for Berkeley!  Cheap easy way to make organic dog treats he will love!

Homemade Frozen Dog Treats

FOR DOGS- FROSTY PAWS Homemade dog treats frosty paws Recipe: 32 oz. plain yogurt 1 mashed ripe banana 2 tablespoons peanut butter 2 tablespoons honey Glad to know I can make them at home. For the boyfriend's dog :))

Ziploc Smoothie

Build your own smoothie packs >> Smart for summer mornings. Great idea and you won't need to buy the frozen smoothie packs from your grocery store!

grocery bag pattern

The Fat Sack Tutorial - Grocery DIY reusable bags - can make them and toss them in washing machine! So great since carrying food in them can cause bacteria to grow. Always need to wash the reusable bags!

Bucket Nesting Boxes, Like this Idea!

I think were gonna do a chicken coop this year! For my future chickens- bucket nesting boxes, like this idea - easy to clean!

Finger knitting

Little Bird School of Stitchcraft: Finger Knitting For kids and adults. Great way to get kids interested in crafting and improving finger dexterity.

crocheted buttons tutorial.

HOWTO crochet covered buttons w/ variations - CROCHET - hey there I LOVE those vintage crochet buttons and as I have lots of not-so-beautiful plain buttons in my stash, I decided to turn them into something

A very fresh egg, placed in water, will lie on the bottom. A week-old egg will lie on the bottom but bob slightly. An egg that is around three weeks old will balance on its small end, with the large end up. And a bad egg will float.

Egg age test: A very fresh egg, placed in water, will lie on the bottom. A week-old egg will lie on the bottom but bob slightly. An egg that is around three weeks old will balance on its small end, with the large end up. And a bad egg will float.

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