Cereal box covered in scrapbook paper to hold today's mail!  With magnets on the side of the fridge. No more papers on the table. by Kasia Teiko
Kasia Teiko
Kasia Teiko Cereal box covered in scrapbook paper to hold today's mail! With magnets on the side of the fridge. No more papers on the table.
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Cereal box covered in scrapbook paper with magnets on the side of the fridge.  Great place to put the mail pile or menus. Think we'll be by Maiden11976
Maiden11976
Maiden11976 Cereal box covered in scrapbook paper with magnets on the side of the fridge. Great place to put the mail pile or menus. Think we'll be
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Cereal box covered in scrapbook paper with magnets on the side of the fridge. Great place to put the mail pile or menus. Think we'll be needing one of these! by carlani
carlani
carlani Cereal box covered in scrapbook paper with magnets on the side of the fridge. Great place to put the mail pile or menus. Think we'll be needing one of these!
For the Classroom
Cereal box covered in scrapbook paper with magnets on the fridge. Great place to put the mail! by carlani
carlani
carlani Cereal box covered in scrapbook paper with magnets on the fridge. Great place to put the mail!
For the Classroom
cereal box covered in scrapbook paper by SN0922
SN0922
SN0922 cereal box covered in scrapbook paper
Craft Ideas
paper covered clothes pins.... add magnets and they can be used for the fridge..... different papers for different holidays? by ErinFist
ErinFist
ErinFist paper covered clothes pins.... add magnets and they can be used for the fridge..... different papers for different holidays?
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cereal box, scrapbook paper and magnet clips by Uwa
Uwa
Uwa cereal box, scrapbook paper and magnet clips
Craft
Cereal boxes turned mail sorters covered in wrapping paper and attached to the wall with velcro. Love!! by velma
velma
velma Cereal boxes turned mail sorters covered in wrapping paper and attached to the wall with velcro. Love!!
DIY organizing
cereal boxes turned mail sorters covered in wrapping paper and attached to the wall with velcro! by ^ kristen ^
^ kristen ^
^ kristen ^ cereal boxes turned mail sorters covered in wrapping paper and attached to the wall with velcro!
Crafts and ideas
Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon by lisa.mazanowiczcowell
lisa.mazanowiczcowell
lisa.mazanowiczcowell Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon
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shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. by robindu
robindu
robindu shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon.
things I'd like to wear
Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. by megan ellis
megan ellis
megan ellis Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon.
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Cupcake papers, scrapbook paper, and jelly beans! Great little place card holders or table decorations. Great for kids to help with! by KellyJH
KellyJH
KellyJH Cupcake papers, scrapbook paper, and jelly beans! Great little place card holders or table decorations. Great for kids to help with!
Easter Ideas
All-purpose clips with magnets let you hang notes to your fridge, seal bags, hold cookbooks open and much more. $6.99 by Bon-Ton
Bon-Ton
Bon-Ton All-purpose clips with magnets let you hang notes to your fridge, seal bags, hold cookbooks open and much more. $6.99
Home & Garden
Recycled cereal box mail holder - I really need to make one of these to eliminate some of the paper clutter in my kitchen....you know, when by Rose of Sharon
Rose of Sharon
Rose of Sharon Recycled cereal box mail holder - I really need to make one of these to eliminate some of the paper clutter in my kitchen....you know, when
DIY and inspirations
Shoe box lids (?!) covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Creative, inexpensive decor. by Dowski
Dowski
Dowski Shoe box lids (?!) covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Creative, inexpensive decor.
Decorating ideas
Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Gonna do this! by minnie
minnie
minnie Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Gonna do this!
Make it
shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon.  NOEL for Christmas by Mudgey
Mudgey
Mudgey shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. NOEL for Christmas
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Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Creative, inexpensive decor. Or wood. by sherrie.anderson.184
sherrie.anderson.184
sherrie.anderson.184 Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Creative, inexpensive decor. Or wood.
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boxes from the Target Dollar Spot, covered them polka dot scrapbook paper, and attached them to white board with magnetic clips. They hold by cherrylou.enriquez.1
cherrylou.enriquez.1
cherrylou.enriquez.1 boxes from the Target Dollar Spot, covered them polka dot scrapbook paper, and attached them to white board with magnetic clips. They hold
DIY IDEAS
Tissue box covered in decorative paper to hold all the remote controls!  Match your decor, great idea!! by toni
toni
toni Tissue box covered in decorative paper to hold all the remote controls! Match your decor, great idea!!
Things to make
Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Could add 2 horizontal boxed at the end with "est. xxxx" for by cherrylou.enriquez.1
cherrylou.enriquez.1
cherrylou.enriquez.1 Shoe box lids covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Could add 2 horizontal boxed at the end with "est. xxxx" for
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Shoe box lids (?!) covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Creative, inexpensive decor. Make for Large vaulted wall in entry! by minnie
minnie
minnie Shoe box lids (?!) covered in scrapbook paper attached to curtain rod with ribbon. Creative, inexpensive decor. Make for Large vaulted wall in entry!
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boxes from the Target Dollar Spot, covered them polka dot scrapbook paper, and attached them to white board with magnetic clips. They hold my remotes, chart markers, dry erase markers, erasers, and board clips. by carrie
carrie
carrie boxes from the Target Dollar Spot, covered them polka dot scrapbook paper, and attached them to white board with magnetic clips. They hold my remotes, chart markers, dry erase markers, erasers, and board clips.
Leather stuff
DIY Road Trip Travel Trays: small cookie sheets from dollar store + chalkboard paint...for coloring, buy magnetic clip to hold papers and glue magnets to back of crayon/chalk box, chalk racecar track, magnetic letters, etc. {I need to make these and use them as "everyday" car ride trays!} by liz
liz
liz DIY Road Trip Travel Trays: small cookie sheets from dollar store + chalkboard paint...for coloring, buy magnetic clip to hold papers and glue magnets to back of crayon/chalk box, chalk racecar track, magnetic letters, etc. {I need to make these and use them as "everyday" car ride trays!}
Body positive
Deployment ideas for kids- cover a cereal box with paper, and attach it to the wall and kids can draw pictures or write notes to Daddy. Whenever you mail out something to him, collect whatever is in the box too. It's a great way for kids to sort thru the emotions of deployment. by natalie-w
natalie-w
natalie-w Deployment ideas for kids- cover a cereal box with paper, and attach it to the wall and kids can draw pictures or write notes to Daddy. Whenever you mail out something to him, collect whatever is in the box too. It's a great way for kids to sort thru the emotions of deployment.
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Mini Shadow Box Fridge Magnets.  So easy and cheap! Think ikea containers, photo of vacay at the beach, and some sand and shells you brought home. Or a photo from your child's birthday party plus scraps of paper, confetti, etc from the day. So many possibilities! by Madison_13_
Madison_13_
Madison_13_ Mini Shadow Box Fridge Magnets. So easy and cheap! Think ikea containers, photo of vacay at the beach, and some sand and shells you brought home. Or a photo from your child's birthday party plus scraps of paper, confetti, etc from the day. So many possibilities!
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Thanksboxes from the Target Dollar Spot, covered them polka dot scrapbook paper, and attached them to white board with magnetic clips. They hold my remotes, chart markers, dry erase markers, erasers, and board clips. awesome pin by čaroban trenutak
čaroban trenutak
čaroban trenutak Thanksboxes from the Target Dollar Spot, covered them polka dot scrapbook paper, and attached them to white board with magnetic clips. They hold my remotes, chart markers, dry erase markers, erasers, and board clips. awesome pin
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Great way to hide a way diapers and baby cleaning table stuff! You could even modge podge scrapbook paper to the front of the drawers and hide the stuff even more.  Space saver! by marcia
marcia
marcia Great way to hide a way diapers and baby cleaning table stuff! You could even modge podge scrapbook paper to the front of the drawers and hide the stuff even more. Space saver!
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Peep Topiary    1 6-inch pot  1 7-inch styrofoam ball (for topiary top)  1 4-5 inch styrofoam chunk (for inside the pot)  1 12-inch wooden stake or thick wooden dowel  1 box of wooden toothpicks  6-7 boxes of marshmallow Peeps  1 bag of jelly beans  Other table decorations  Assorted foil covered chocolate eggs  Plastic easter eggs  Easter grass  Assorted silk flower garlands  Makes 1 Peep topiary that will knock your socks off crafts and more by courtney
courtney
courtney Peep Topiary 1 6-inch pot 1 7-inch styrofoam ball (for topiary top) 1 4-5 inch styrofoam chunk (for inside the pot) 1 12-inch wooden stake or thick wooden dowel 1 box of wooden toothpicks 6-7 boxes of marshmallow Peeps 1 bag of jelly beans Other table decorations Assorted foil covered chocolate eggs Plastic easter eggs Easter grass Assorted silk flower garlands Makes 1 Peep topiary that will knock your socks off crafts and more
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I apologize! I said I would post a recipe yesterday BUT I had no power  starting Friday night through Saturday night so that made things kind of  difficult... Hopefully these granola bars can make up for my tardiness!  When I was a kid, I used to inhale those Quaker Chewy Granola Bars. My mom  would always have to stop me before I ate the whole box… I mean, they are  pretty much like “healthy” candy bars or at least they used to be. So once  I got started eating them, it was game over for those babies. I was an  all-or-nothing type of kid when it came to eating. I’d either eat  everything in the pantry (i.e., every piece of chocolate I could find) or  refuse to eat for days, especially when they tried to feed me squash (which  I surprisingly now LOVE). Unfortunately, this trait has kind of stayed with  me into my adult life, which is why I’m glad these granola bars are not  like candy bars! I can eat as many as I want! Though, I’m not going to lie…  The second bar I ate after making these may or may not have been smothered  in peanut butter with a few dark chocolate chips sprinkled on top (...  hello candy granola bar). I highly recommend trying that if you make these…  Normally, one would use all oats for the base ingredient when making  granola bars. However, I found that substituting some crushed rice chex  cereal for oats was fantastic, not only for texture but calories too! These  bars are low calorie and dairy free. I love swapping out butter for  unsweetened applesauce when baking! Applesauce is a great substitute for  butter and/or oils. Same goes for bananas (I have a recipe for you next  week demonstrating this). Yay for healthy snacks!  Rice Chex Granola Bars printable recipe  Yield: 16 granola bars  Calories: 95 calories per bar  Total Time: about 5 hours (prep time only 15 minutes)    Ingredients:  - 4 cups rice chex cereal, crushed (this should be about 2 cups crushed)  - 2 cups quick oats  - 1 1/2 cups unsweetened applesauce  - 1 tsp vanilla extract  - 3 tbsp raw honey  - 2 tbsp PB2 + 1 tbsp water (or 2 tbsp normal creamy peanut butter - this  will add extra calories)  - optional: brown sugar (for sprinkling - I used about one tbsp)    Directions:  1. Crush rice chex cereal in a large bowl using your hands until only small  pieces remain. It’s okay if a few larger pieces remain but you want the  bulk of it to be small pieces.  2. Add oats to the bowl with crushed rice chex and stir to combine.  3. Prepare peanut butter by mixing PB2 with water in a small bowl until  creamy (skip this step if using normal peanut butter).  4. Combine applesauce, vanilla, honey and peanut butter in a medium  saucepan. Cook over low heat until ingredients are melted together and  creamy/gooey, about 5-10 minutes.  5. Pour warm gooey applesauce mixture from step 4 over the chex oat mixture  and stir until dry ingredients are completely intertwined with wet  ingredients (well combined).  6. Line a 9x9 baking dish with parchment paper. Pour mixture from step 5  into the dish and smooth out using a spatula until mixture completely fills  the dish. Sprinkle brown sugar over the top then push it into the bars  using your fingertips. Refrigerate for about 5 hours to allow granola bars  to harden.  7. Once hardened, remove from fridge, slice into 16 bars and enjoy!  Note: I stored my granola bars in the fridge. I recommend doing the same!  Mine stayed fresh for about one week.  The recipe is very simple and you can definitely add your own flare to it  like dried fruit, nuts, chocolate chips, etc... The possibilities are  endless! I wanted to start with a bare minimum granola bar so I can always  add whatever I’m craving that day to it. What you would add to make these  granola bars better?! Tell me your thoughts! Happy Sunday!  - A by jill
jill
jill I apologize! I said I would post a recipe yesterday BUT I had no power starting Friday night through Saturday night so that made things kind of difficult... Hopefully these granola bars can make up for my tardiness! When I was a kid, I used to inhale those Quaker Chewy Granola Bars. My mom would always have to stop me before I ate the whole box… I mean, they are pretty much like “healthy” candy bars or at least they used to be. So once I got started eating them, it was game over for those babies. I was an all-or-nothing type of kid when it came to eating. I’d either eat everything in the pantry (i.e., every piece of chocolate I could find) or refuse to eat for days, especially when they tried to feed me squash (which I surprisingly now LOVE). Unfortunately, this trait has kind of stayed with me into my adult life, which is why I’m glad these granola bars are not like candy bars! I can eat as many as I want! Though, I’m not going to lie… The second bar I ate after making these may or may not have been smothered in peanut butter with a few dark chocolate chips sprinkled on top (... hello candy granola bar). I highly recommend trying that if you make these… Normally, one would use all oats for the base ingredient when making granola bars. However, I found that substituting some crushed rice chex cereal for oats was fantastic, not only for texture but calories too! These bars are low calorie and dairy free. I love swapping out butter for unsweetened applesauce when baking! Applesauce is a great substitute for butter and/or oils. Same goes for bananas (I have a recipe for you next week demonstrating this). Yay for healthy snacks! Rice Chex Granola Bars printable recipe Yield: 16 granola bars Calories: 95 calories per bar Total Time: about 5 hours (prep time only 15 minutes) Ingredients: - 4 cups rice chex cereal, crushed (this should be about 2 cups crushed) - 2 cups quick oats - 1 1/2 cups unsweetened applesauce - 1 tsp vanilla extract - 3 tbsp raw honey - 2 tbsp PB2 + 1 tbsp water (or 2 tbsp normal creamy peanut butter - this will add extra calories) - optional: brown sugar (for sprinkling - I used about one tbsp) Directions: 1. Crush rice chex cereal in a large bowl using your hands until only small pieces remain. It’s okay if a few larger pieces remain but you want the bulk of it to be small pieces. 2. Add oats to the bowl with crushed rice chex and stir to combine. 3. Prepare peanut butter by mixing PB2 with water in a small bowl until creamy (skip this step if using normal peanut butter). 4. Combine applesauce, vanilla, honey and peanut butter in a medium saucepan. Cook over low heat until ingredients are melted together and creamy/gooey, about 5-10 minutes. 5. Pour warm gooey applesauce mixture from step 4 over the chex oat mixture and stir until dry ingredients are completely intertwined with wet ingredients (well combined). 6. Line a 9x9 baking dish with parchment paper. Pour mixture from step 5 into the dish and smooth out using a spatula until mixture completely fills the dish. Sprinkle brown sugar over the top then push it into the bars using your fingertips. Refrigerate for about 5 hours to allow granola bars to harden. 7. Once hardened, remove from fridge, slice into 16 bars and enjoy! Note: I stored my granola bars in the fridge. I recommend doing the same! Mine stayed fresh for about one week. The recipe is very simple and you can definitely add your own flare to it like dried fruit, nuts, chocolate chips, etc... The possibilities are endless! I wanted to start with a bare minimum granola bar so I can always add whatever I’m craving that day to it. What you would add to make these granola bars better?! Tell me your thoughts! Happy Sunday! - A
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