Cutting Board Countertop Hack

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So, you’re running a little short on countertop space? Fear not! This handy kitchen hack can multiply your kitchen workspace with ease. While the cutting board shown here is on the small side, this hack works best with a rectangular board that fits fairly evenly over one of your drawers. Just make sure the drawer isn’t over-extended and that the board is stable and well-supported, or the “hack” might wind up being from a knife injury. Once your cutting board is in place, enjoy your newly expanded countertop, whether its for actual cutting, or just additional space to set things on.

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Bicycle Inner Tube Rubber Band

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Don’t throw away your used inner tubes! My friend Frank told me about this great bicycle inner tube rubber band hack. Just cut them into rubber bands (or as some folks round these parts call them -elastics). They are really strong and you can cut them into different widths depending on what you’re using them for.

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Create a Unique Flowerpot with Clothespins

Create a unique flowerpot

Are your flowerpots looking a little plain? Here is an easy DIY to create a unique flowerpot and it should take less than five minutes. All you will need are clothespins and a flowerpot. Simply clip the clothespins all the way around the edge of the pot to make a creative new look for your space. Need more color? Paint the clothespins first. Or better yet, if you love glitter, add some to create a unique flowerpot that is completely you!

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Herb Ice Cubes

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Fresh herbs don’t last long in the refrigerator. Instead of tossing them in the trash can freeze them instead. Grab an empty ice cube tray and fill each section 3/4s of the way full with chopped herbs. Add olive oil until it nearly reaches the top. When the time comes just toss a few herb cubes into your saucepan for quick and easy seasoning.

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Make Your Own Natural Dryer Sheets

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Are you tired of purchasing dryer sheets? You’re not alone. Simply cut up some old clean rags or a towel and place them into a jar containing a mixture of white vinegar and a few drops of your favorite essential oil. Wring them out and hang them up to dry. Once they are dry, you’ll have a stack of natural dryer sheets ready to throw in with your next load of laundry. Each dryer sheet can be reused about half a dozen times before it needs to be revived. If you still want that official dryer sheet scent, skip the vinegar and essential oil and dip your reusable dryer sheets in fabric softener instead.

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Beautify Your Kitchen Soap Bottle

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