This is an ingenious way to repurpose mousetraps! Use them to hold your keys, receipts, concert tickets, photos, coupons, or grocery list! With magnets on the back, these clever conTRAPions (pun VERY much intended) could easily be mounted on most metallic surfaces (think the front door, file cabinet, or refrigerator) and can be removed with ease! For non-magnetic surfaces, they could be mounted using removable velcro strips. These would be great on for kids’ rooms: place on their door or door frame and have an easy place to post chore lists where they won’t “conveniently” disappear or go unseen.
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Light Using Spoons and a Bottle
Try using washed used spoons instead of new ones
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never woulb ebe able to get away with this1994
DIY Doily Tee Shirt Tutorial from By Hand London here. Easier than it looks tutorial.
I would if the thrift store had doillies….821
Make this mirror with only PVC pipe and a glue gun!
never would be able to get away with this175
A large cardboard box can easily and ecologically become a recyclable dollhouse.
- cardboard box (at least 30 x 40 cm large)
- scissors or a carpet knife
- hot-melt glue gun or wood glue
- black marker
To do this:
1. Disassemble the box by cutting off the top, bottom, ends and longer sides.
2. Plan the wall sequence with the pieces. Use a pencil to mark where the pieces meet.
3. Cut the doorway holes to the wall pieces.
4. Place the wall pieces crisscrossed and make vertical cuts, where the walls will be against each other. Make a cut from the top to the middle to the first wall and a cut from the bottom to the middle to the other. If the cuts are narrow enough, the walls will stay up even without glue.
5. Use the spare pieces of cardboard to create furniture.
6. Decorate the furniture with a black marker.
um this is what poor folks been doing. still doing it.
recycled dish rack