Thursday, March 10, 2011
Thrifty Letters "N and O" with Vicki Lansky
Nail Polish, Clear
6 Seals some of the holes in an over zealous salt shaker.
7 Prevent rust on the screws of your toilet seat.
9 Make wobbly drawer knobs more snug when you dip the screw tip in polish.
Nail Polish, Color
1 Will brightly mark the ounces on Baby’s bottle.
2 Red dot on the hot water faucet for the learning toddler.
3 Mark poisons in the home with a red “X.”
6 Mark your golf, tennis, racket balls.
8 Mark measuring cups with lost marks.
2 Use as garden mulch (clean up at the end of the season).
3 Use as litter.
4 Use for packing.
5 Wrap green tomatoes at frost time - they’ll ripen beautifully.
6 Dry newly-washed windows.
7 Gives traction on the ice.
8 Helps to remove odors from plastic containers.
9 Removes cleaner residue.
1 Old nylons great for “breathable” insect jar covers.
2 Thread wire coat hanger through old nylon to make a pool skimmer.
4 Makes a good bungee.
5 Use the top as a large binder: think trash can or newspapers.
6 Layer as twice thickness and fill with dried fragrant herbs, use in the dryer for freshness. Better for your sensitive skin.
7 Cover your vacuum nozzle when you’ve lost something valuable that’s hard to find.
8 Center a bar of soap and knot on each end, use for a back scrubber.
- Bless Our Vittles
- Homemade Gift Ideas
- Home Grown
- Arts and Crafts
- National What Day?
- A Little Distraction
- wordless wednesday
- Sunday Funday
- upcycled neckties
- Lani K
- As long as I'm on this journey, rambling through life's exhilarating highs and trudging heavily amongst it's incapacitating lows, I might as well share whatever may be gleaned from my little bits of wisdom and my many missteps. No room for judgment from this broken mama. I'm writing from my heart: raw, open, messy, but saved. And I'm still thanking God!