Using an iron to smooth out pretty recycled bottle containers is pretty clever. I have yet to try it, so I’m not sure if it leaves any bits on your iron, but I can’t see a quick melt leaving behind anything that couldn’t be cleaned off when cooled down.
The tutorial is in Portugese (I believe) but the photos are pretty self explanatory.
I am all about hiding unsightly things from visitors, usually by piling everything into my wardrobe and hoping the doors don’t open and bury an unfortunate someone. However lately I’m starting to change my ways and found that even everyday items can have their own neat storage space which will make it easier to track down.I’ve put together this small article to show you how to store things wisely.
THAT GAP BETWEEN THE FRIDGE AND THE COUNTER. Whyyyyyyyyy?! Why. Way back when I first started here at thisoldhouse, I remember one of my first assignments was to do a round up of kitchen storage hacks. My favorite in that gallery has always been the Thin Pantry Caddy that puts that little sliver of space to good use. If you want to DIY it, here’s a fun how-to from Classy Clutter -ts