Okay, some may say it is a bit too early.. but my rule has always been that as soon as Halloween passes you can start thinking Christmas and well its only a matter of days before Halloween is done with so why can’t I start now? I can’t take credit for these amazing DIY ideas […]
I just saw this on TUMBLR and fell in love. I love how it is a great spin on the classic friendship bracelets & is a great gift idea for any friends close or far away. I just want to make these in every design, such a great idea! Cut six pieces of crochet […]
Make your own matte nail polish To make your own matte nail polish, make a little pile of eyeshadow (great idea for the broken shadows we all have lying around!) and mix in a little clear nail polish. No more paying $8 a bottle for the matte stuff!
Did you know that you can grow another complete celery stalk from the bottom piece that you cut off and throw away? This is new to me, too, When you bring the celery home, you cut the end off first then put the rest into the refrigerator. It is recommended to set the bottom piece on a […]
Slide a rubber band over an open can, no messy edges of the paint can
Have a pair of heels you know longer wear, or a pair that just don’t cut it anymore style wise? Well with the help of the dollar store and a bit of glue, you can have a brand new pair of shoes and be fashion forward. You’ll need: a pair of heeled shoes 40-50 large and […]
It’s handy to have ice packs around for various reasons. Have you ever considered making your own? Save money on buying ice packs and take dish soap, pour it into a ziploc bag, select the size you want according to what you would use most, then freeze it. The soap doesn’t solidify so it molds […]
Soak an old face cloth in some fabric softener, leave it to dry and toss it in with your clothes in the dryer. Not only does it work like a charm but it softens the clothes without using additional softener in the washer and NO STATIC CLING!!! You can reuse the same towel about 12 times without […]
Just a quick tip I came a cross today. How did I not think of this before?