I've become fixated on bath toys.
Out with the plastic & in with the au naturel
this is a first try at scrap management rings
Super fast, a way to use up scrap fabric pieces
Then, I was wondering about felt and if it would work sticking on the bathtub walls
I sooooooo bought these
But they totally work!
So now I must make my own :)
has been a useful bag holder from Ikea
But it fell off, refuses to be reattached and is
So I made this from thrift placemats
It hangs happily under the sink and has a smaller footprint
Speaking of footprint
Of course it goes without saying that we shouldn't HAVE plastic bags.
But they keep sneaking into our lives.
The good news is we reuse them for our dog...
The bad news of course is that they are not biodegradable like the dog bags we buy
Also built some new Nu pants with a GIANT rise to give her some movement
in the can area
They don't look like they should fit
but when all you do all day is wiggle in various positions
the butt wiggle is key.
Last random thing
the bowl scrunchie
(Thank you http://www.mayamade.com/)
A terrible snap, but a great idea.
'Tis the season where doors are thrown wide
and sunbeams and fruit flies populate our kitchen
With the bowl scrunchie
We can throw some linens on top of the fruit bowl
and keep out the flies.
Lock down the produce people!
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