Sometimes things are just to easy. :)
We love to host parties in our backyard. It is huge and has a great play fort for the kiddos to play and have fun on. Here is a quick and inexpensive idea to hold your utensils. Wash and spray paint leftover cans. I like to use white because you can use it for any party.
This is an easy way to recycle or Upcycle your jars. Make inexpensive tea light holders for a little mood lighting at your next party.
I like to be prepared for anything. Especially sunburns and bug bites.
One day while on Pinterest I found this picture. NO link just a picture but it is brilliant and will be at every party we have.
Cupcake Liner as Drip Catcher for ice cream or Popsicles for little kiddos!
Source: Picture on Pinterest NO LINK
Ever wonder how much food fits in a container? Wonder no more. The folks at USA Emergency Supply have a nicely laid out table listing many dozens of dry foods and approximately how many pounds of each is expected to fit inside different containers (from 1 gallon to 6 gallon). Very neat!
To make your emergency heater, you'll need:
It’s severe weather season and now is the time to be prepared…
Once you’ve identified your tornado safe area in your home, you need a tornado safety kit with items such as:
Here is a list I found on Pinterest. I do not stock up on all of these items but I did find ideas of products I did not have that would come in handy. Like a portable potty.
These 100 Items will be the first things to disappear in an emergency situation. By stocking up on these Items, not only will you not have to do without, you will also have a huge arsenal of bartering Items for trading with others even if you have no use for the items because you were better prepared.