Leanne Houston
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magazine holder used for organizing can goods in the pantry....so SMART! @Anne Altamirano

MOM Tip: Use magazine racks to organize your canned goods. This is a great space saver. FYI – The cans used with this magazine rack are the smaller cans. To use full size cans you would need a wider magazine rack. This tip from PB&J Stories.

Buckets - $1.00 at Michaels.  Drill a few holes and connect with zip ties

Buckets and Zip Ties--Great storage idea for a play room. Just drill small holes in the buckets' edges and connect with zip ties. Buckets can be found at craft stores. This would make a great nesting boxes for the chicken coop.


I always offer two dinner choices. Take it or leave it. Reminds me of Lizzies what's for diner? Shut up and eat it!


No woman has ever shot a man while he was washing the dishes {frame and hang near the kitchen sink!

Oil & water fireworks

oil and water fireworks science experiement - would be great to do as a short demonstration before an elementary art project involving oil pastels and watercolor. might help students understand why the two don't mix.

Mmmmm . . . . Ice cream . . . . .

"You can't buy happiness but you can buy cupcakes, and that's kinda the same thing." Food should never REALLY equal happiness, but cupcakes are bliss. Home baked cupcakes are even better than bliss.

5 Minute Microwave Fudge

Easy Microwave Fudge Recipe: 3 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips, can condensed milk, 4 tbsp butter, 1 tsp vanilla extract, tsp salt.

Simple way to dress up a paper plate - this is awesome for handing out holiday goodies or when taking treats anywhere

Ribbon Wreath Plates: Here’s a fun way to share your holiday treats with this simple paper craft. Any themed ribbon can be used to create these plates, making them perfect for any holiday. These plates are not only pretty, but disposable.