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    Let's face it, it's happened to the best of us. Wet swimsuits, winter clothes, or even as simple as getting busy and forgetting to toss a load of wash into the dryer. The next thing you know, your clothes or towels developed a nasty smelling odor that just lingers. Mildew, moldy smelling towels are the WORST, and we have a solution!

    How To Remove Mildew Smell From Towels

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    I LOVE THIS. Mini full of envelopes with a date night for each month of the year. All cheap, easy things. Cute.

    ThePoeFam: A Year of “going out” by Staying in!

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    This is so awesome.

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    good to know :)

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    Hmmm not a bad idea Child Safety Tatoos --These are perfect when you take your small child into an area that has a lot of people…Disneyworld, crowded malls at Christmas, theme parks, etc. Good for a child that does not already have your phone number memorized the Silhouette can help you design temporary tattoos with your phone number on it in case of an emergency.

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    Take popsicle sticks and paint them the color of every wall in your house. Carry with you on the go to match furniture, curtains, decorations, etc.

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    healthy snack drawer for the fridge.... good for the big and little people in the house!

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    Patriotic cupcakes!

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    Self Stick tiles for wire shelving. Genius.

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      Nichole P

      So when you gusy going to be down here? Or are you already?

    Good old Martha taught us that rather than buying those ridiculously expensive anti-slip mats for a rug, just turn it over and run a few lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Let dry and flip over and your rug wont be going anywhere!

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    collect hotel soaps for the soap jar.

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    Wow! Turn handwritten recipes (your mom's handwriting? your grandma's?) into tea towels for your kitchen! Would make a great gift for Christmas

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    Dry erase marker on the washer for clothes that are inside that shouldn't be dried! OMG!!! What a great idea

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    The easiest way to hang a picture! Why didn't I think of this?

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    buy tablecloths to use as draperies....much less expensive, already hemmed, meant to launder often, and many patterns and colors available! 60x84 or buy 60x104 so you can hem them AND still have matching fabric left over for pillows or other coordinating pieces!

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    Rubbermaid paint buddies. put your leftover paint in them and retouch anytime you want.

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    For Christmas Baking! Perfectly Drizzled Chocolate - And set it down in a mason jar of warm water to keep it melted! So much neater and easier!

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    amazing list of random acts of kindness. what an incredible way to spend a birthday

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    Oh how I love this idea....Thanks Erin! Blessing Bags - keep a couple in the car so when you see someone who is struggling (ie begging) you can give them a little something. Little Acts of Kindness.

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    This is CRAZY! "Send us the digital file of your x-ray, and we’ll send you back your break in print, ready to be applied directly to your cast."

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      Rachel Davis

      I can't believe you didn't tell me about this!!! Is this for real?

    How to remove wax from candle jars so you can reuse them!

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    Family year books

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