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Pretty Paper Towel Holder {and an explanation of why I’ve been MIA}

Pretty Paper Towel Holder {and an explanation of why I’ve been MIA}

Logn Roll | Qualy Design Shop | Design Küchenrollenhalter bei GESCHENKE FÜR FREUNDE

Logn Roll | Qualy Design Shop | Design Küchenrollenhalter bei GESCHENKE FÜR FREUNDE

Stop more than spills with the stretch, strength, and durability of Viva® Paper Towels. Take on the toughest messes throughout your home with the power of Viva®.

DIY Fabric Lampshade Recover Tutorial from sixsistersstuff.com.  Easy step-by-step directions on how to cover a lamp shade with fabric to add a pop of color to any room! #DIY #crafts #lamp

DIY Fabric Lampshade Recover Tutorial from sixsistersstuff.com. Easy step-by-step directions on how to cover a lamp shade with fabric to add a pop of color to any room! #DIY #crafts #lamp

Countdown to clean - 4 free printable checklists to help with daily, weekly, monthly and annual routines via @TidyMom

How to clean your house- 4 cleaning schedules to print (daily, weekly, monthly, annual)

Countdown to clean - 4 free printable checklists to help with daily, weekly, monthly and annual routines via @TidyMom

14 Incredibly Useful Household Tips - Ideas for organizing, cleaning, and more. A must-read!

14 Incredibly Useful Household Tips

14 Incredibly Useful Household Tips - Ideas for organizing, cleaning, and more. A must-read!

Fix a dried out Sharpie or marker.  Use for any sharpie or marker. For a non-permanent marker follow the same directions below, replacing alcohol with water.  1. Pour rubbing alcohol into a small container.  2.  Dip the tip of your sharpie/marking tool into the rubbing alcohol. Hold submerged for a minute.  3. Put the cap back on to the sharpie and let it sit for 15 minutes.  4. This should restore your marker to full use again.

Fix a dried out Sharpie or marker. Use for any sharpie or marker. For a non-permanent marker follow the same directions below, replacing alcohol with water. 1. Pour rubbing alcohol into a small container. 2. Dip the tip of your sharpie/marking tool into the rubbing alcohol. Hold submerged for a minute. 3. Put the cap back on to the sharpie and let it sit for 15 minutes. 4. This should restore your marker to full use again.

Another great find on #zulily! Smooth Trip Teleport™ Charging Station by Smooth Trip #zulilyfinds

Smooth Trip Smooth Trip Teleport™ Charging Station

Another great find on #zulily! Smooth Trip Teleport™ Charging Station by Smooth Trip #zulilyfinds

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