DIY Projects Archive

How To Get Spots Off Anything – Well Almost

  Arm Pit Stain. 1 tsp. Dawn dish washing detergent, 3-4 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide, and a couple tablespoons of baking soda — then scrub. Pet stains and odor. You will need 2 cups white distilled vinegar , 2 cups of lukewarm water, 4 generous tablespoons of baking soda and a spray bottle. Blot up as

Need Spring Cleaning Tips?

We may not like spring cleaning but spring is just around the corner. I like to get the harder things done first.  The pleasure comes only after the work is finished. Here are some tips to get your spring cleaning done much easier:

Tips To Keep Up With Your Laundry

  We all dread laundry day. Make it easier on yourself with these tips:  Wash your clothes less often. Not every item of clothing needs to be washed right away; in fact, you could probably wear lots of clothes more than once. Shirts can survive multiple wears if worn with an undershirt, and many people don’t even

DIY Yarn Easter Eggs

  Cute, fun and easy to make. These yarn eggs are the perfect DIY Easter decor. This can be a year round craft also if you make them round instead of egg shaped.  When you blow up the balloon you just let a little of the air out to make it a sphere instead of egg shaped.

10 Awesome Uses For Hydrogen Peroxide

  Hydrogen Peroxide has many great uses.  1.Blood stains on clothing. As a nurse I found that the best way to get rid of blood stains was to soak the spot with hydrogen peroxide.Works well on wine stains too. combining equal parts hydrogen peroxide and liquid detergent and pouring over the stain. Blot with a towel,

How To Dye Easter Eggs

  How to dye Easter Eggs using McCormick Food Color. Techniques include painted eggs, marbled eggs and striped eggs.