Ways to keep all those Lego's pieces picked up and organized.
Tired of painfully stepping on those little Lego pieces that
your kids keep leaving around the house. Here are a couple organizing ideas for
the hundreds of Lego pieces your kids own these days.
Here is a Lego bag you can make. This website tells you how
to make it step-by-step, and is an easy way for your kids to clean up after themselves
without you stepping on any pieces afterward. http://www.freshlypieced.com/2011/10/12-gifts-of-christmas-lego-storage.
Are you having a sudden itch to build something from stuff you
have lying around. Here are four really cool ideas that you can do with old wood doors and wood you might have, or could find really
Chalk board weekly duties
Here are some cute ideas you can complete with your kids, so they can have cute valentines boxes to show off to there friends at school.
- Paper lunch bag
- Construction paper
- Shoe box
- Red paint
- Red solo cups
- Box (any size)
- Construction paper
- glue stick
Easy ways to pull stains from your carpet.
Everyone gets stains in their carpet but not everyone has a
carpet shampooer, here is an easier cheaper way to get rid of those stains.
You will need:
-White towel NOT COLORED (colored towel will leave color in
-Carpet cleaning solution (you can use something store
bought or you can mix dish soap and water or water and vinegar)
Plug your iron in
next to the area where the carpet stain is located and place it on the highest
steam setting available.
Putting Away Christmas:
How to Organize YourHolidayDecorations
Ready to reclaim your house fromChristmas? This is your online instruction manual to get you started on thetask of putting away Christmas. Do it now, and you will be pleasantly surprisedwhen you go to access your holiday decorations next Christmas. Our five stepprocess to an organized holiday:
1. Groupyour holiday items into categories;
How to Clean An Artificial Christmas Tree
Christmas is coming closer. It is time to start decorating your house for the biggest festival and to welcome Santa. Every year it is not always possible to buy a new Christmas tree. That is why a lot of people wrap their artificial Christmas tree with covers and keep them in the store room for next year. What becomes a major problem is cleaning the artificial Christmas tree. You find it really hard to remove the dirt from the pine needles of the artificial Christmas tree.
What You'll Need:
- Candy corn
- Easy print Avery labels
Instructions:Place your candy corn in a tin. print labels,
and glue on to your stems. Then just
stick them right into your tin of candy corn and place on your table. You now
have a nice little treat for your guest, and decoration.
What You'll Need:
- Candle holders
Instructions:Paint your pumpkin any color you would like,
before the paint dry’s sprinkle your glitter all over. Then once they are dry off
set each pumpkin on some sort of stand doesn’t have to be candle holders.
Here are some fun
crafts your kids will enjoy during the holidays.
Directions:Paint hands with brown paint and place on paper, and then paint on beak, eyes, and legs.
Pilgrim cookie hats
Directions:Make any kind of
cookie, After cookies are cooled place a peanut butter cup on top, then get
yellow frosting, and place icing around peanut butter cup as shown in picture.
Directions:Use a brown paper cup as the ship (or cover the sides of a
white cup with brown paper), then fill it with candies or nuts and poke a
pretzel rod down into the filler.
Here are some steps you should take
in organizing your storage spaces. To make your storage go from this:
- Start by taking everything out of
your storage area, and unpack all boxes.
- Take everything and separate into
like piles (for instance Christmas decorations in a pile, Halloween stuff in a
pile so on and so forth.)
- Now get the same size boxes to make
it look more organized, and try to fit each pile into its own box.
- Then label each box as you are
closing them up.
decorate your home for Halloween with household items
For a cheap
jack o lantern, cover clean, empty jars with orange construction paper
or tissue paper. Add features with black construction paper, then put in a tea
candle with flames, and watch your pumpkin glow.
Cheap and cheerful: Drawspooky faceson empty,
clean gallon milk jugs, then fill with white holiday lights to decorate your
porch or walkway with a ghostly Halloween glow.
Hanging Bats and Ghosts