Simple Bookmark Ideas – The Paperclip

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Looking for simple bookmark ideas? Short of folding over the corner of your pages, this simple hack is one of the easiest out there. Never again lose your bookmark – or your place in a book, for that matter! Paperclips, a readily accessible stationary item in many households, make excellent placeholders that will hold on to their designated page for dear life, unlike the traditional bookmark which can have a habit of slipping away and under the bed unnoticed as you are engulfed in a particularly exciting chapter. The next time you’re looking for simple bookmark ideas, or you just lost your normal bookmark, reach for your simple household paperclip.

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Amazing Squeaky Floor Hack, Use Talcum Powder in Cracks

Squeaky floors? Don’t fret, just sprinkle talcum powder in the cracks! Sprinkle talcum powder on squeaky wooden floor boards, then sweep it up. YouTube’s Lumber Liquidators shows how easy it is in this how-to video.

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Foam Pipe Insulator Under Door Draft Hack

Use this foam pipe insulator under door draft hack to chase away the winter chills. Slide a piece of foam pipe insulator open side up along the bottom of the door as shown in the HouseHoldhacker video, then cut the foam a little shorter than the door in order to prevent jams.

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WD-40 Cotton Ball Fire Starters

Watch the Crazy Russian Hacker demonstrate how to make these simple WD-40 cotton ball fire starters. Grab some cotton balls, WD-40, and a fire source then follow the video instructions. Use the red spray tube that comes with WD-40 because you’ll end up with a mess if you don’t. Most note worthy they even work in the rain!

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Lint Fire Starter Hack

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Stuff dryer lint into a paper towel or toilet paper roll. This lint fire starter hack is not only free, it’s eco-friendly! Once you stuff lint into the roll, wrap it in old newspaper, paper bag or used wrapping paper. You can also tie roll ends with twine to keep it all together if you like.

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Recycled Water Bottle Plastic Earrings

Recycled Water Bottle Plastic Earrings

I found these recycled water bottle plastic earrings at Happy Family Art. It’s hard to believe are made from recycled water bottles! All you need to create the colorful dangles is an empty water bottle, scissors, a candle and magic markers! Follow the link to the Happy Family Art tutorial for step by step instructions.

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