Sometimes all it takes is a small detail to turn a simple gift into an exceptional gift …
Use them to hang laundry, as chip clips or to hold a pile of papers together – there’s no limit to the usefulness of clothespins. And when you dress them up with little bits of scrapbook paper, they become gift-worthy, too. Here’s how to make a set like you see above:
Turn a small gift into an extraordinary gift with the right presentation. This clothespin wreath holds 24 tea bags that I got for free, and I guarantee it would make any tea lover happy. Here’s how to make it.
Tired of getting chewed up by mosquitoes? Take care of the problem by making your own bug repellent bars. They don’t have any of the nasty chemicals that you’ll find in store-bought repellents, and they work just as well (plus they’re good for your skin, too):
There are quite a few cereal box notepad projects floating around on the web, but most require fancy equipment or sewing. This matchbook-style notepad requires neither, and only takes about five minutes to make.
Here’s how to make one.
Is your phone or computer stuffed with pictures that your friends and family have shared with you? If so, you have everything you need to make the perfect gift for anyone on your list – even those hard-to-shop-for people. Just sift through your collection of photos for the perfect shot; upload it to a photo website; and turn it into a set of photo cards for the person who sent it to you.