Group active since Wed, Aug 10, 2011
I was trying to find a group on JAP that had something about re-purposing household items. So, I've created this group in hopes members will share any ideas/tips using stuff currently on hand in or outside of your home.
Oct 21, 2013
Ants have a strong sense of smell. Place cinnamon sticks and peeled sliced garlic cloves around window tracks or holes. Replace the cloves every 3 days until ants are gone. PLANT MINT AROUND THE FOUNDATION OF YOUR HOUSE.
Ants leave a scented trail so they can easily find their way back to the food source in your home. WASH AWAY THE TRAILS with equal parts water & white distilled vinegar to confuse them.
Aug 25, 2011
Posted 3:39 PM on Mon, Jun 13, 2011
Dee Stillwell LILLYDEE
Monday, June 13 at 3:39 PM
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March 23-26, 2012 JAP Meet Up Info & Chat
* They make a great temporary "burger press" to form uniform burgers.
* The make nice "drip trays" underneath small potted plants
* They are useful to hold glitter, stickers, beads, buttons, etc. for crafting projects.
* Put one under metal shaving cream or hair spray containers in the bathroom, and you won't get rust spots on your counter.
* When I travel I throw a few in my suitcase... they make great temporary holders of lipstick, toothbrushes, earrings, makeup, etc. at the hotel.
* They are great holders of office supplies like tacks, paper clips, etc. and for pens, crayons and the like
* Great containers to use for crafting projects to hold glitter, sparkles, stickers, etc.
* Picnics: They make great little cups to hold dipping sauces, salad dressing, etc.
* At little kids' birthday parties: Fill with candies and put one at each child's place at the table
Can you think of more ways?
Aug 14, 2011