Super smart... Put a plastic hook on the side of trash can and hang plastic grocery bag. Then when you have smelly left overs (like tuna or by letitia
letitia
letitia Super smart... Put a plastic hook on the side of trash can and hang plastic grocery bag. Then when you have smelly left overs (like tuna or
Sweet Treats
Line your roller pan by putting a plastic trash bag on the paint tray. Then you can just invert the sack when you’re done and throw it away. by letitia
letitia
letitia Line your roller pan by putting a plastic trash bag on the paint tray. Then you can just invert the sack when you’re done and throw it away.
Sweet Treats
Dump Chicken 5 recipes where you put the chicken and sauce ingredients into a zip lock bag and freeze then you can bake, roast, grill or through into your crockpot. Great time saver. I do this when I come home with a big pack of chicken breasts when they are on sale and have 5 dinners in the freezer in about so minutes. by alexandria
alexandria
alexandria Dump Chicken 5 recipes where you put the chicken and sauce ingredients into a zip lock bag and freeze then you can bake, roast, grill or through into your crockpot. Great time saver. I do this when I come home with a big pack of chicken breasts when they are on sale and have 5 dinners in the freezer in about so minutes.
Looking Good
To all my friends moving into college. This is how to move your hanging clothes! Put a rubber band around the hangers and put a trash bag over them! A big black trash bag works the best! Now you don't have to take all of your clothes off the hangers, fold them, and the re-hang them when you get to you dorm room! by Nina<3
Nina<3
Nina<3 To all my friends moving into college. This is how to move your hanging clothes! Put a rubber band around the hangers and put a trash bag over them! A big black trash bag works the best! Now you don't have to take all of your clothes off the hangers, fold them, and the re-hang them when you get to you dorm room!
moving tips
Something like this in white instead of heels for a beach wedding and then you can put heels on for when youre inside or out of the sand at least. Sooo doing this. by pamela
pamela
pamela Something like this in white instead of heels for a beach wedding and then you can put heels on for when youre inside or out of the sand at least. Sooo doing this.
A Girl Can Dream
If you want to reduce the amount of plastic that you use, then why not get this FREE pattern & tutorial on how to make this Fold And Go Market Bag. Using reusable bags for grocery shopping is such a good idea. These bags can hold a great deal of weight without breaking like plastic bags can. #FreeSewingPattern #FreeBagPattern #ToteBagPattern #GroceryBag #MarketBag by marissa
marissa
marissa If you want to reduce the amount of plastic that you use, then why not get this FREE pattern & tutorial on how to make this Fold And Go Market Bag. Using reusable bags for grocery shopping is such a good idea. These bags can hold a great deal of weight without breaking like plastic bags can. #FreeSewingPattern #FreeBagPattern #ToteBagPattern #GroceryBag #MarketBag
Going green
This would be a cute gift for a coworker or friend! This site has labels you can print to look like RX labels. You can put m's or skittles in empty pill bottles then put the labels on them. by Julili
Julili
Julili This would be a cute gift for a coworker or friend! This site has labels you can print to look like RX labels. You can put m's or skittles in empty pill bottles then put the labels on them.
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This would be a cute gift for a coworker or friend! This site has labels you can print to look like RX labels. You can put m's or skittles in empty pill bottles then put the labels on them. by ganttmn
ganttmn
ganttmn This would be a cute gift for a coworker or friend! This site has labels you can print to look like RX labels. You can put m's or skittles in empty pill bottles then put the labels on them.
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Sharpie Decorated Eggs. To simplify this project, instead of blowing real eggs, buy some wooden ones. Paint with primer, then put a base coat of paint in any colour you like, and when its cured overnight, you can draw on it in any Sharpie colour that you like. I have a few gold and silver ones that I did years ago. by liz
liz
liz Sharpie Decorated Eggs. To simplify this project, instead of blowing real eggs, buy some wooden ones. Paint with primer, then put a base coat of paint in any colour you like, and when its cured overnight, you can draw on it in any Sharpie colour that you like. I have a few gold and silver ones that I did years ago.
Body positive
The perfect Tuna Melt is ooey-gooey and packed full of delicious flavor, and perfect for the nights when you just want to put something on the table super quick or for that lunch date with your friends. by noemi
noemi
noemi The perfect Tuna Melt is ooey-gooey and packed full of delicious flavor, and perfect for the nights when you just want to put something on the table super quick or for that lunch date with your friends.
Dinner
The perfect Tuna Melt is ooey-gooey and packed full of delicious flavor, and perfect for the nights when you just want to put something on the table super quick or for that lunch date with your friends. by Catherine T
Catherine T
Catherine T The perfect Tuna Melt is ooey-gooey and packed full of delicious flavor, and perfect for the nights when you just want to put something on the table super quick or for that lunch date with your friends.
Sandwiches
Spicy Jalapeño Tuna Patties ~ These Spicy Jalapeño Tuna Patties do have a little kick.  You can calm it down by removing most of the jalapeño seeds and using less crushed red pepper.  Cook them up ’til they are nice and crispy on the outsides and serve over a bed of lettuce, on a bun, or plain with a side of veggies by francis
francis
francis Spicy Jalapeño Tuna Patties ~ These Spicy Jalapeño Tuna Patties do have a little kick. You can calm it down by removing most of the jalapeño seeds and using less crushed red pepper. Cook them up ’til they are nice and crispy on the outsides and serve over a bed of lettuce, on a bun, or plain with a side of veggies
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The perfect Tuna Melt is ooey-gooey and packed full of delicious flavor, and perfect for the nights when you just want to put something on the table super quick or for that lunch date with your friends. by noemi
noemi
noemi The perfect Tuna Melt is ooey-gooey and packed full of delicious flavor, and perfect for the nights when you just want to put something on the table super quick or for that lunch date with your friends.
Dinner
A lot of people like smoothies. But few people make them at home. Because of all the measuring, effort & mess. It doesn’t have to be that way. Pick a few of these recipes, hit the grocery store, then make “smoothie packs” for the whole week by placing measured-out ingredients for each smoothie in a plastic bag. When you need to be refreshed, pull a bag out of the freezer, dump its contents in a blender, and YAY. You don't even need ice for these! by Alicia Wilson f6KtM
Alicia Wilson f6KtM
Alicia Wilson f6KtM A lot of people like smoothies. But few people make them at home. Because of all the measuring, effort & mess. It doesn’t have to be that way. Pick a few of these recipes, hit the grocery store, then make “smoothie packs” for the whole week by placing measured-out ingredients for each smoothie in a plastic bag. When you need to be refreshed, pull a bag out of the freezer, dump its contents in a blender, and YAY. You don't even need ice for these!
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This would be a way cool idea with little kids. It's a 2 fer, you could make then paint or paint then make.  You could have squadrons of these, or put magnets on the back and use them to hang kids art! by IndulgenceLady102
IndulgenceLady102
IndulgenceLady102 This would be a way cool idea with little kids. It's a 2 fer, you could make then paint or paint then make. You could have squadrons of these, or put magnets on the back and use them to hang kids art!
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The perfect Tuna Melt is ooey-gooey and packed full of delicious flavor, and perfect for the nights when you just want to put something on the table super quick or for that lunch date with your friends. by noemi
noemi
noemi The perfect Tuna Melt is ooey-gooey and packed full of delicious flavor, and perfect for the nights when you just want to put something on the table super quick or for that lunch date with your friends.
Dinner
A wrapped empty box (left open) for Christmas morning trash (or birthday party, or shower.) PERFECT for Christmas pics....you see the box instead of a big garbage bag. The garbage bag ruins the family Christmas photos. SOOO SMART by jerri
jerri
jerri A wrapped empty box (left open) for Christmas morning trash (or birthday party, or shower.) PERFECT for Christmas pics....you see the box instead of a big garbage bag. The garbage bag ruins the family Christmas photos. SOOO SMART
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Project – City Lights Lampshade. To make a city skyline view first you have to print or draw a city skyline silhouette on a piece of paper. Then fix it on the lampshade with tape. Using common pins make holes in the lampshade along the lines of the silhouette. You can make some holes bigger for a star shine effect. When done with poking remove the paper and voila. You can try as many patterns as you like. by WeAreAllMadHere
WeAreAllMadHere
WeAreAllMadHere Project – City Lights Lampshade. To make a city skyline view first you have to print or draw a city skyline silhouette on a piece of paper. Then fix it on the lampshade with tape. Using common pins make holes in the lampshade along the lines of the silhouette. You can make some holes bigger for a star shine effect. When done with poking remove the paper and voila. You can try as many patterns as you like.
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Ha! Pretty smart! DIY trash can liner. To throw away those non-plastic waste items you might still have ☺ in any case, saves a plastic bag! by letitia
letitia
letitia Ha! Pretty smart! DIY trash can liner. To throw away those non-plastic waste items you might still have ☺ in any case, saves a plastic bag!
Sweet Treats
Join in the the fun! If you like it then you should have ... Put a Cloche on it! #PACOI by stacey
stacey
stacey Join in the the fun! If you like it then you should have ... Put a Cloche on it! #PACOI
Moods
You put an item in the mystery bag and then have the kids take turns asking questions to try to narrow down the possibilities. It is great to develop deductive reasoning skills. (You could also do this with sticky notes all week and "reveal" it on Friday. Have a separate piece of paper where students place their questions throughout the week. As you have time, move their questions to the "Yes" or "No" side. It will generate excitement all week long.) by tamara
tamara
tamara You put an item in the mystery bag and then have the kids take turns asking questions to try to narrow down the possibilities. It is great to develop deductive reasoning skills. (You could also do this with sticky notes all week and "reveal" it on Friday. Have a separate piece of paper where students place their questions throughout the week. As you have time, move their questions to the "Yes" or "No" side. It will generate excitement all week long.)
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Easy way to teach a child how to count a group of mixed coins!  Quarters have 5 hairs, dimes have two, nickels have one, and pennies are "bald."  Line up the coins, draw the "hairs" and then count them by fives.  If there are pennies in the group of mixed coins, put them on the end and count on by ones when you get to them.  Eventually the child will get the hang of it and not need to draw the hairs, but only "tap" the coins or count it in their by casey
casey
casey Easy way to teach a child how to count a group of mixed coins! Quarters have 5 hairs, dimes have two, nickels have one, and pennies are "bald." Line up the coins, draw the "hairs" and then count them by fives. If there are pennies in the group of mixed coins, put them on the end and count on by ones when you get to them. Eventually the child will get the hang of it and not need to draw the hairs, but only "tap" the coins or count it in their
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Really fun and easy to do. Just save up old rolls of toilet paper or paper towel holders, then paint and cut. Hot glue togeter when done. You can do them on the wall like the picture or hang them from the ceiling with string. by lupita m
lupita m
lupita m Really fun and easy to do. Just save up old rolls of toilet paper or paper towel holders, then paint and cut. Hot glue togeter when done. You can do them on the wall like the picture or hang them from the ceiling with string.
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Or you could totally have one kind of cupcake in different wrappers, and then put cute messages on the chalkboards.. by joan
joan
joan Or you could totally have one kind of cupcake in different wrappers, and then put cute messages on the chalkboards..
Halloween
Hanging clothes should be moved in plastic bags. Lay them flat in your car, hang 'em up when you get to your new place, and you're in great shape! ...*I've done this and it's a great, easy way. You can also put lighter, hanger-less things, like belts, scarves, slippers in the bottoms of the bags. by beauterfulboy
beauterfulboy
beauterfulboy Hanging clothes should be moved in plastic bags. Lay them flat in your car, hang 'em up when you get to your new place, and you're in great shape! ...*I've done this and it's a great, easy way. You can also put lighter, hanger-less things, like belts, scarves, slippers in the bottoms of the bags.
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Vanguard Oslo 47 Sling BagVanguard Oslo 47 Sling Bag  Compatible Devices   Sling into action and capture life's decisive moments with the gray Oslo 47 Sling Bag fromVanguard. This bag may be worn as a sling bag or a backpack and is designed to hold and protect your DSLR camera with attached lens, 2-3 extra lens, small tripod, accessories and an 8" tablet. Contents are stored in two zippered compartments - a top compartment for personal items such as clothing, books, and snacks, and a lower side compartment with a padded divider for storing and organizing your photo gear or additional personal items. The top compartment features a rear wall with a slip pocket for your 8" tablet. Underneath the compartments lid is a zippered, slip-in pocket for small items like batteries, lip balm, and loose change. The lower side compartment has a zippered, mesh compartment under its lid for memory cards, or a lens cloth. On the exterior front of the bag is a zippered side pocket for a cellphone, wallet, passport or other similarly sized item. On the lower right side of the bag is an elastic, water bottle pocket. Above this pocket is an adjustable strap which is used in conjunction with the water bottle pocket for securing a small tripod or monopod. The Oslo 47GY can be carried or hung on a hook with its top handle. It may also be worn as a sling bag with its adjustable padded strap, or as a backpack with the addition of the waist belt. And for improved interior visibility when locating gear in low light, the inside of the backpack is made of light gray 150D polyester and velvet. Holds DSLR camera with attached lens 2-3 extra lens Small tripod or monopod Accessories such as memory cards, cables, battery, smart phone and charger 8" tablet Compartments Top zippered compartment for 8" tablet, clothing, snacks, flashlight and personal items Zippered side compartment with padded divider for storing and organizing photo gear Exterior Pockets Small, zippered, front, slip-in pocket on left side for storing a smartphone, wallet, or other small item Slip-in, stretch pocket on lower, right side suitable for storing a water bottle or the base of a small tripod or monopod Rear, central, slip-in pocket for storing the waist belt, and the removable rain cover Interior Pockets Slip-in pocket for an up to 8" tablet on rear wall of top compartment Zippered, slip-in pocket under top lid for batteries, lip balm, and other small items Zippered, slip-in, mesh pocket under side lid for memory cards, and similar sized items Shoulder Sling Strap Adjustable, padded sling strap connected to the back of the bag and which extends from the upper left to the lower right While worn as a sling bag, the side compartment may be easily accessed Waist Belt Adjustable, padded waist belt which stores inside the rear, central, slip-in pocket With the waist belt and sling strap, the bag may be worn like a backpack Tripod Holder Strap on upper right side of bag for securing the top of a small tripod or monopod Mesh, stretch, water bottle pocket on lower right of bag for holding the bottom of a small tripod or monopod Rubber Feet Four rubber feet on bottom of bag which balance the bag in an upright position for vertical access to bag's contents by Top-product
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Top-product Vanguard Oslo 47 Sling BagVanguard Oslo 47 Sling Bag Compatible Devices Sling into action and capture life's decisive moments with the gray Oslo 47 Sling Bag fromVanguard. This bag may be worn as a sling bag or a backpack and is designed to hold and protect your DSLR camera with attached lens, 2-3 extra lens, small tripod, accessories and an 8" tablet. Contents are stored in two zippered compartments - a top compartment for personal items such as clothing, books, and snacks, and a lower side compartment with a padded divider for storing and organizing your photo gear or additional personal items. The top compartment features a rear wall with a slip pocket for your 8" tablet. Underneath the compartments lid is a zippered, slip-in pocket for small items like batteries, lip balm, and loose change. The lower side compartment has a zippered, mesh compartment under its lid for memory cards, or a lens cloth. On the exterior front of the bag is a zippered side pocket for a cellphone, wallet, passport or other similarly sized item. On the lower right side of the bag is an elastic, water bottle pocket. Above this pocket is an adjustable strap which is used in conjunction with the water bottle pocket for securing a small tripod or monopod. The Oslo 47GY can be carried or hung on a hook with its top handle. It may also be worn as a sling bag with its adjustable padded strap, or as a backpack with the addition of the waist belt. And for improved interior visibility when locating gear in low light, the inside of the backpack is made of light gray 150D polyester and velvet. Holds DSLR camera with attached lens 2-3 extra lens Small tripod or monopod Accessories such as memory cards, cables, battery, smart phone and charger 8" tablet Compartments Top zippered compartment for 8" tablet, clothing, snacks, flashlight and personal items Zippered side compartment with padded divider for storing and organizing photo gear Exterior Pockets Small, zippered, front, slip-in pocket on left side for storing a smartphone, wallet, or other small item Slip-in, stretch pocket on lower, right side suitable for storing a water bottle or the base of a small tripod or monopod Rear, central, slip-in pocket for storing the waist belt, and the removable rain cover Interior Pockets Slip-in pocket for an up to 8" tablet on rear wall of top compartment Zippered, slip-in pocket under top lid for batteries, lip balm, and other small items Zippered, slip-in, mesh pocket under side lid for memory cards, and similar sized items Shoulder Sling Strap Adjustable, padded sling strap connected to the back of the bag and which extends from the upper left to the lower right While worn as a sling bag, the side compartment may be easily accessed Waist Belt Adjustable, padded waist belt which stores inside the rear, central, slip-in pocket With the waist belt and sling strap, the bag may be worn like a backpack Tripod Holder Strap on upper right side of bag for securing the top of a small tripod or monopod Mesh, stretch, water bottle pocket on lower right of bag for holding the bottom of a small tripod or monopod Rubber Feet Four rubber feet on bottom of bag which balance the bag in an upright position for vertical access to bag's contents
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A Budget-Friendly Craft Room: could put two book cases on either side of the window then use a folding table coming out like this from the window. Put existing pieces I have along the wall. That will leave room for a bed or an air mattress if I need one in that room. by carlani
carlani
carlani A Budget-Friendly Craft Room: could put two book cases on either side of the window then use a folding table coming out like this from the window. Put existing pieces I have along the wall. That will leave room for a bed or an air mattress if I need one in that room.
For the Classroom
Serve on bread or lettuce for a super easy lunch you can pack. #recipe #healthy #tuna by dona
dona
dona Serve on bread or lettuce for a super easy lunch you can pack. #recipe #healthy #tuna
Paper Creations
A Budget-Friendly Craft Room:  could put two book cases on either side of the window then use a folding table coming out like this from the window.  Put existing pieces I have along the wall.  That will leave room for a bed or an air mattress if I need one in that room. by carlani
carlani
carlani A Budget-Friendly Craft Room: could put two book cases on either side of the window then use a folding table coming out like this from the window. Put existing pieces I have along the wall. That will leave room for a bed or an air mattress if I need one in that room.
For the Classroom
1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally.

2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head.

3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck.

4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder. by aniellabrooke
aniellabrooke
aniellabrooke 1. Part your hair, wherever your part happens to fall naturally. 2. We’re starting with the weave-braid-ish thing at the top. Grab a chunk of hair from either side of your head, I took mine from the vicinity of around/right above my ear. Give each chunk a couple of twists, maybe spritz with a little water or product if your hair is especially slippery, and then cross them, right over left, in the back of your head. 3. Grab two more chunks, this time from lower–I did behind/below the ear. These will make the second/lower weave and basically hold your ponytail in place. Twist them a time or two (i find twisting them–but not supertight, just once or twice–gives the braid a little definition.) and spritz. Cross these over the same way you did the first ones, with right side on top of left side, and then combine them with the first two chunks. You should now be holding a piece of hair in your right hand, a piece of hair in your left hand, and still have a lot flowing free at the nape of your neck. 4. Now we’re going to make the ponytail. You can do it two ways: use a ponytail holder, whihc will be covered up by the crossed-over pieces, or just use your hair has the ponytail holder. If you are using a ponytail holder, gather the remaining hair and make it into a low ponytail, below the crossed-over stuff we did before. (Probably easiest to have a friend do this while you hold your crosses in place still.) Then, wrap the ends of your crossed-over-pieces around the ponytail holder by crossing the one on the leftside, underneath the ponytail and then across the top, and then cross the right side underneath and then back over top. Cross them both under again, combine them, and use a bobby pin or two to hold them under the ponytail. (TO do this, put the hair in the bobbypin and then push the bobbypin upwards, or upside down, into the ponytail holder.
Things to do
A standard garment bag is great for storing rolls of wrapping paper. Instead of keeping that paper in a box where it can be smashed, just put the rolls in a garment bag and hang it in your coat closet or wherever you have room. It takes up little space and will help to protect your paper from damage by wendi
wendi
wendi A standard garment bag is great for storing rolls of wrapping paper. Instead of keeping that paper in a box where it can be smashed, just put the rolls in a garment bag and hang it in your coat closet or wherever you have room. It takes up little space and will help to protect your paper from damage
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