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Did You Know...

Did You Know...
One thing that just makes me giddy all over is when I am randomly bouncing around from site to site and suddenly I discover something new. Something that makes me think "Why did I not discover this sooner?" Some of these new ideas (new to me at least) have made life just a little easier. Today I came across another new idea and it got me to thinking... Either way here are a bunch of completely random links that may or may not come in handy to you. When pouring food into a plastic bag, use a glass to keep the bag upright for easy pouring. - Source You can flip a toaster on its side and grill cheese in it. - Source NOTE: Due to some concerns written in the comment section I must add that the toaster used in the following photo is a vintage toaster.

Did You Know - Round 3 While working online, I come across several tips and tricks that just seem to make life easier and make me wonder how I ever lived without them. Today I am here to share a few tips with you in hopes that maybe one, if not a few, can be applied to you life to make your days a little simpler. 1. You can save a lot of money by purchasing items at certain times of the year. 2. 6. 10. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. remove stripped screws with a rubber band. 24. 25. 26. Clean burners without scrubbing!! Eliminate odors - Place new or used coffee grounds in a bowl in the fridge to eliminate odors.Clean your garbage disposal - Use ice to cleanse the blades in your garbage disposal and break up the grease that collects on the rotors. If you enjoyed this post don't forget to pin it! You may also be interested in... Stay up-to-date on any new tips, tutorial, recipes, family fun, and much more by joining DIY Home Sweet Home's social networks.

How to Organize for $0.00 Many people have the misconception that organizing has to cost a lot of money. However, I have done a few organizing projects that cost little-to-no money at all. Such as my kitchen drawer organizer that I made for under $2 and how I recycled baby food jars to organize my spices. I've gathered a few other wonderful ideas to help get you organized using items that you would normally throw away. Boxes Boxes are a great way to hide the clutter. Photo Sources: Jars I am always saving our glass jars. Photo Sources: Cans Cans are yet another easy-to-come-by item. Other There are so many items out there that are viewed as trash yet make wonderful organizing tools. 1. Stay up-to-date on any new tips and tutorial by joining DIY Home Sweet Home's social networks.

Tips, Tips, and More Tips 1M+1.If you have ever had to give eye drops to a small child, you know how hard it can be. Ask you child to lay down and close his/her eyes. Place a small drop on the inside corner of the eye. 2. on the squeaky area and sweep it into the cracks. 3. 4. on top of the ice and then fill the rest of the pot with water. 5. 6. per family member. 7. through them. 8. . 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. in a pot and let it boil. 15. that you bought then decided you did not like it? 16. . 17. with two holes, hang them evenly and easily by placing a single strip of masking tape over the back covering the two holes. 18. that you place under your flower pots to collect all the water that drains from the drains holes? 19. to match your bathroom style, then try looking in the regular curtain section. 20. 21. to organize and store all you medicine and first aid supplies. 22. 23. 24. saran wrap to line your refrigerator shelves. 25. and toss it in your dryer along with your wet clothes. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

16 ways to add more storage to any home Lets face it, we could all use a little more storage space in our homes. Here I have highlighted 18 ways that you can add more storage without adding more square footage. Adding pegboard inside your closet, laundry room, or pantry will keep small items off the floor and within easy reach. Installing slide out storage under you kitchen and bathroom sinks allow you to easily reach items that would normally get lost in the back. Photo Source Small shelves are easy to install and can add a ton of storage. Photo SourceAdding full length shelves behind closet doors is a simple solution to controlling those overstuffed closets. Photo SourceA simple tray inside of your cabinets create a make shift shelve and will provide some much needed storage Photo SourceMaximize your kitchen storage by adding slim shelving under the cabinets for spices or add hooks to hang pots and utensils. Photo Source Look around your home for blank walls. Photo Source Photo Source Photo Source

Organize your Kitchen to Maximize Storage I'm sure we could all use a little more storage in the kitchen!! Here are 12 ways to organize your kitchen in order to maximize storage space. Add hooks to the inside of cupboard doors to hang brushes, rags and gloves. Use an extension rod under the sink to store cleaners and add more storage space. Free up drawer space by hanging your measuring cups inside your cupboard. Cut a crate in half and hang on the back side of your pantry door. Install towel bars to the back side of a cupboard or pantry door to hold lids. Make your own rotating can organizer. Use tension rods to organize your baking dishes. Keep those papers off your fridge by adding an organizing system to the back side of a cupboard door. Make your own drawer dividers. Use a DVD holder to organize your container lids. Use a shoe organizer inside your pantry. Replace the fake drawer under the sink with a towel holder. Do you have any diy tutorials, organizing tips, or recipes that you would like to share with DIY Home Sweet Home readers?

Tips to Organizing a Small Pantry to Maximize Space Lucky, our home was blessed with a large walk-in pantry. However, I have received many questions from readers asking for advice on organizing a small pantry. Here are my top 5 tips for making the most of your small pantry. 1. 2. 3. photo source 4. photo source unknown 5. What is your biggest problem area when it comes to staying organized? diy home sweet home: DIY Tutorials to Organize Toys When you have kids, you are bound to have clutter. Don't let those toys take over your home. Here are some great diy tutorials to help add storage and organize those toys. Make your own see through toy bags to organize all the little items your kids collect. Attach dollar store toys to mason jars and pray paint. These unique storage containers are simply adorable and perfect for organizing art supplies, barbie accessories, or game pieces. Toy storage from a plant hanger! This activity table is a great way to give kids their own space to play and build and the large storage boxes underneath mack clean up a snap. Don't let the extra space under your child's bed go to waste. Similar to the storage bags above yet much larger and with a drawstring closure. Garden baskets attached to a wall make perfect toy and book storage. This fun crochet rope basket can be made in any size or color to fit your child's bedroom decor. This storage solution is so simple and your child will love it.

diy home sweet home: 16 Projects to Organize Your Car Between commuting back and forth to work, running errands, and family vacations many people spend a large amount of time in their vehicles. Don't let your car turn into a dumping ground. Keep it organized with these simple DIY projects. Sew your own car organizing car caddy. For those of you who don't sew, a dollar store pocket organizer is the perfect option. This auto kit could be used for so many things. See Tutorial Use an expandable file organizer to keep all of your important document together and control that cluttered glove box. See Tutorial Use a plastic cereal dispenser into a trash can for your car.See Tutorial This flort from Ikea was originally meant to store remote controls. Keeping an emergency kit in your car can be a life saver. Use a backpack as a desk. Keep pens, sunglasses, and other items in reach with this diy car visor organizer.See Tutorial This entertainment organizer is perfect for letting kids watch videos on your phone to keep them entertainer.

Organizing Tips for the Bathroom Use an empty wipe container to keep your girly products organized and out of site. Use dollar store baskets to organize your drawers. Add some velcro dots to the bottom to keep them from slipping source Add a shelf above the bathroom door. Use velcro tape to attach PVC pipe to the inside of your cupboard to store your curling source Organize your medicine cabinet with dollar store plastic source Do you have any diy tutorials, organizing tips, or recipes that you would like to share with DIY Home Sweet Home readers? If so, please fill out the 'Get Featured' form for a chance to be featured on this blog!

diy home sweet home: Brilliant Tips For Organizing Your Closet. Two weeks ago I decided that it was time to dig the families winter clothes out of storage. With all of the over-sized coats, sweaters, and scarves my closet always seems to shrink in the winter time. Does anyone else feel the same? Here are a few great ideas to keep your winter wardrobe organized and keep it from taking over your closet. Use shower curtain rods to hang and organize your purses. If you don't have any room on your clothing rod try using a small tension rod in an unused nook or even inside a cabinet. photo source Installing pegboard in your closet will give you so many options. Organize your outfits using soda pop source Place pool noodles inside your boots to keep them from flopping over which will lead to creases and source Add shelving to the inside of closet doors to organize shoes, gloves, and many other items photo source Place a few shower curtain rings on a hanger for a cheap way to organize your source unavailable photo source