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Simple and Effective

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Hanging a curtain rod made simple -

hanging a curtain rod {made simple} - Miss Mustard Seed

Mosquito Repellent

If you are building an new home!!! slide out dog/kid doors... this is the greatest idea EVER... no more baby gates!!!

Good font tips!

Tip: rub with waxed paper, water doesn't leave a mark anymore

how to fill a piping/ziploc bag

mason jar to replace blender jar

New Uses for Things in the Kitchen

toilet paper rolls cut on side and use as a cuff to save your wrapping paper.

Hinged canvas - love this!

the third boob: diy-- photo canvas alarm panel cover

shower cap = shoe wrap for travel

great idea for no sticking when painting

Reusable Swiffer dusters! Made from micro fleece, works even better than the disposables and they can be washed and reused over and over.

Store silverware on the countertop

Trick for Squeezing Lemons

Fill a powder-free latex glove with water or cranberry juice and freeze it.

Creepy Treats for Halloween

How To Keep Paint from Peeling - Before painting galvanized metal or concrete, wipe down the object or surface with vinegar, using a sponge or lint-free cloth. This little trick will help your paint job last longer.

10 Uses for Vinegar

DIY Scented Plugins

Take your favorite liquid fabric softener and soak an old hand towel or flour cloth completely with it. Wring it out and let it dry completely, then throw it in with your next load. This mega-fabric softener sheet should be good for at least 40 loads of laundry, stretching out softener use and lessening waste. In other words, save money.

Oil drip pan. What awesome things will you do with this?

Cut X's into gift box to make disposable cupcake carrier.

New Uses for Old Things: Holiday Edition

TO DO: Cover bricks for bookends in beautiful fabrics that match decor

Great idea - use a wine rack to hold towels.

For picture hanging! (I had to read the blog article to get how this works, and I'm so glad I did!)

Use a Pringles can to store unused uncooked spaghetti. Then mod podge it!!