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  • D Johnson

    A plastic bottle as a paint and brush holder.

  • Jade Griggs

    Painting tip: cut out side of milk container and use bottom to hold paint with built in handle and paint brush holder

  • Donna Pletcher

    IDEA for kids school project: Great upcycling of a milk jug: cut out the side of a gallon milk container. The bottom can hold enough paint for trim with built in handle and paint brush holder!

  • Happy Clover

    tip for painting trim: Cut out the side of a gallon milk container. The bottom can hold enough paint for trim with a built-in handle and paint brush holder!

  • Leriza Pundamiera

    Great tip for painting: cut out the side of a gallon milk container. the bottom can hold enough paint for trim with built in handle and paint brush holder! (I need to remember this for the next time we have another paint job!)

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Repurposing a milk carton as a paint holder: a great idea...but I think I would make the bottom part a bit bigger. That one looks like an accident just waiting to happen

Sounds handy!

  • Ashleigh Cutrer

    Wooden spoon always works for me

  • Teresa Black

    Elevator trick doesn't work

  • Charlene Lee

    I used a wooden spoon last night and it absolutely worked for me. I took a picture and posted it to my board last night.

  • Shauna Wheeler

    I work for an elevator company... I'm going to check on that close door button thing....

  • Laura Kindstedt

    I work for an elevator company too and I'm sure that trick doesn't work

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Household tricks that will save you time and a headache!

great household tips.... and my boyfriend sent me this! (somebody secretly wants to be on Pinterest!)

Great tips.

Compass Painting- A unique way to learn how to use a compass, introduce math skills and have some fun too!

Upholstery Tips & Tricks You Should Know! Use a tablecloth instead of upholstery fabric!

I did this :) and made two :) One for Brushes and one for other stuff; eyeliner, mascara etc. I used a round shape bowl; found at Old Time Pottery four bucks each and found the rocks at Target for five bucks. Didn't fill mine to the top with the rocks. Came out really pretty and looks a lot better than all touching and clumped together in a cup.