New Uses For Old Things.

Don’t we all have old things?

Real Simple (Magazine) is one of my top bookmarks.

New Uses For Old Things (items you already have, cost you nothing, feel-good repurposing)

This special section changes each month and can be found under the HOME heading. I have a box of unused frames. I’m making one of these tomorrow. 🙂



  1. I subscribed to Real Simple for 7 years, a waste of money. You get much more online, especially if you have the app.
  2. Warning, lol. You can get distracted easily. Like I said, this is my top bookmark and there is a ton of information at the site for all ages and interests. I even get lost in the cooking section and I don’t cook! The info is that good. 🙂

Have a great week!


Thank Goodness It’s Spring!


Jennifer Hadfield is my #1 all-time blogger to follow.  She is brilliant and her Blog (Tatertots & Jello) is amazing. I’d like to share a nifty gift idea for a neighbor, teacher, co-worker, friend … anyone!

I am making these for my grand daughter and a few for neighbors as a good-bye note when I move. I enjoy giving inexpensive – and most importantly, practical/useful gifts.

She has a link to Amazon but I buy the EOS lip balms at Target.
Jen’s Blog, the project and instructions


Quick link to the FREE printable.

Happy Spring, y’all!  🙂