Wrist Rest Keep your wrists from getting fatigued during a long day at the computer by making this pool noodle wrist rest. First mark where you want to cut the noodle. For the wrist rest shown, we made the height slightly less than half of the full noodle diameter. (You could cut the noodle exactly… Continue reading What Else You Can Do With Pool Noodles
The first thing I think of when I think of decorating with cranberries is of course…popcorn and cranberry garland for the tree. Children love to string popcorn, just add a little cranberries for color. Or you can also make these: Idea 1: Indoor Cranberry Candle Lay cut greens in the bottom of a hurricane glass.… Continue reading Cranberry Crafts
Pool Noodles are not just for the pool. So many clever hacks can be done with these. The best part is they are large for a project and they are only $1. So get to your local Dollar Store, or go online and have it shipped to your local store for free. Just grab… Continue reading You Can Do What With Pool Noodles?
Look what I just found....aren't these magnificent!! Tulips are one of the first big blasts of colors in the early spring. There are so many varieties and such vivid colors. They really stand out in the landscape. Tulips are an easy bulb to grow in containers or flower beds, and they will return every year… Continue reading Spring Tulips — Yard and Pond
Easter and Spring is upon us! Why not surprise your kids with baskets filled with their favorite toys, hobbies and crafts instead of baskets full of chocolate and candy! When my sons were young I would find different ideas other than the standard Easter baskets. Why would the Easter bunny bring a basket when he… Continue reading Non Candy Easter Basket Ideas
Easter is just around the corner. If your thinking you would love to treat your older family and friends with a delightful basket that fits their passion this year, well, have I some wonderful ideas for you! Is there a home Chef in your life?? I know a few of you out there! Wouldn't this… Continue reading Easter Baskets For Grownups
Some may think these handy hints are a bit extreme (or even bordering on hoarder territory), but if you’re a frugal homeowner, I bet you’ll appreciate these clever, money-saving ideas for reusing common disposable household items. Repurpose those milk jugs. Cut off the top of an empty gallon or half-gallon milk jug with sharp scissors. It… Continue reading Hints For The Frugal Homeowner