So I’ve been hanging 9 billion pictures since I’ve been setting up house after my recent move, and it occurred to me that everyone might not already know this easy little cheat I’ve been using for years now…
Take tape. Masking or scotch tape is preferred.
Cut off a piece of tape that is the length of the distance between the two holes on the back of the picture you’re hanging.
Put the piece of tape on the wall where you’d like to hang your picture. Check it with a level to be sure it’s right.
I LOVE spray paint. No really. To a ridiculous degree. It is the biggest bang for your buck that you can get in many instances… whether you’re painting door knobs, hinges, hardware, light switch plates, light fixtures… the list goes … Continue reading →
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The recipe you’re about to read was based off of a recipe I found on Pinterest. However, I like a bit more olive oil and lemon juice in mine; I find that it’s more effective with these proportions. ————————————————– Homemade … Continue reading →
The kids were finally down for their afternoon nap. And in that moment, excitement gripped my heart as I knew I’d finally have a chance to… MAKE HOMEMADE CLEANERS!!! Ok. Maybe I need therapy. Whatever. But seriously, you’ve got to … Continue reading →
When I lived in a tiny rent house, I had to reconsider every possible storage solution to maximize our tiny space. One thing I learned then was to use a tension rod to hold my cleaning supplies. This allows you … Continue reading →
I’d seen a few people on Pinterest who had microwaved their Zote or Fels Naptha Soap and then crumbled it. Since I’d always grated my own soap (which takes FOR-EV-ER), I was very excited about this possibility. (Looking for my … Continue reading →