The two of you that did link up had the greatest trash to treasure link ups. Your projects cost you zilch! My favorite kind of transformations!
Brooke showed us something that we can do for ourselves or make for a gift for others.
And Meg at The Coop showed us a wonderful makeover of her dry goods for kitchen canisters. And the best part about this one for me was that I had literally bought a canister the night before, then saw her DIY and took it back. 6$ more in my pocket.
Perfect job ladies! I hope people will have some time to organize this week and share with us.
For my quick project this week I focused on a little thing that drives me crazy. I loathe when I get home from work, open up my clean dishwasher full of sparkling dishes, getting ready to put them away and see a rogue dirty dish. It seems my husband feels that if there are dishes in the dishwasher they must be dirty. I am just not that quick to put away the clean ones folks.
And when I find that dirty fork in there it's like the whole load is ruined (it isn't I know, but my tendencies toward OCD find that hard to accept). So in order to save more water, energy and sanity. I created a new little thing to keep my kitchen a little more sane.
Christmas coaster project, some paint, ink, a emery board to sand and ModPodg to seal, and a magnet glued to the back. Pretty simple. Now if I can only remind myself to change the magnet and my husband to heed it's warning.
Here's a look at another project I'm working on this week.
|I am finally going to try my hand at DIY laundry detergent|
title courtesy of The Lumineers Ho Hey (That sweetheart song) Don't forget to link up your solutions for diminishing shame in your life. I linked up here: