Lots of clever ideas here – My favorite is the reclaimed wood that says: Free Weeds! (Pull Your Own)
For a long, long time and to many, many cultures; stones, minerals, gems, rocks, flowers, plants, trees, stars; basically anything in nature has a special meaning. Here’s a chart – use it as you wish. Maybe just for fun!
This would be a hit at your spring or summer outdoor gathering. Think – family reunion, birthday party, scout camp, work picnic, etc..
2 cups sugar
1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 cup HERSHEY’S Cocoa
2 teaspoons baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup buttermilk
1 cup strong black coffee
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Cool effect – looks like it was worth the effort these ladies put into it!
Cute use for all those fabric scraps you’ve stashed!
-Lot’s of different colors of felt
-Crochet thread size 10
-Hair snaps or clips of different sizes
Fake, but real – gotta love this!!
- colorful flowers
- eyelash glue
Groovy treatment for a wood piece. Use wood that has deep grooves to hold the ‘glow’ or go after a piece of wood with a hammer or other tools to make grooves.
Quick, easy, delicious and healthy! Yummy!
You know how you try to save the can of foam when you don’t use it all at one time? And next time, it’s always dried out and impossible to use – so you go to the store and spend another $8-$10? I’ve got your solution:
The next time you’re buying spray foam filler, grab a can of carburetor cleaner (under $2) too. When you’re done using the spray foam, use the carburetor cleaner (with the handy slim straw) to clean out the foam’s plastic spout applicator. .. you’re welcome. 🙂