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great uses for everyday things
Protect your tabletop during a kid’s party! But don’t go buy a plastic tablecloth! Dig out your old Twister game! It’s thick, sturdy and colorful. It will also handle chocolate frosting, Kool-Aid and blueberry cobbler spills, ensuring they don’t soak into your tabletop and become a permanent keepsake of your child’s special day!
Matchboxes as sewing kits
Cardboard six-packs as a picnic kit
After you’ve used that case of bubbly, don’t toss the handy box! Warehouse your shoes in those handy slots! If you’re not a wine-drinker, check the discarded boxes at somewhere that does sell fine vintage!
Use every day bowls to amplify the volume of your smart phone! Just put the device in an empty bowl. You’ll be amazed at the increase in volume as sound resonates to your ears!
Napkin holders as bill organizers
Plastic Easter Eggs as Snack Containers
Salt to clean a hotel iron
Eliminate sticky residue from that iron in the closet. Run the hot iron over plain paper sprinkled with salt. Don’t use the steam!
Use those handy ketchup (or is it catsup?) squeeze bottle as pancake batter dispensers. Make no-mess flapjacks by pouring in the batter, then squeeze out precise portions.