Simple Kids Coat Hack
How cool is this hack??
Our children are taught this at schools in France. the first time I saw my boys doing this, I was shocked!! It's too brilliant not to share with you all - spread the word by clicking the arrow at the top right of the video to share with your friends
Check out a few of my favorite storage hacks for all things holiday.
1. Reuse a paper towel roll to keep your wrapping paper from unraveling everywhere.
2. Use a garment bag to store your wrapping paper, gift bags, ribbon, and bows. Use a plastic (waterproof) garment bag for easy outdoor or garage storing.
3. Store and organize your breakable ornaments in plastic cups, which is then placed in a plastic bin. If using larger bin, place cardboard on top of cups to provide another layer.
4. Use a discarded piece of cardboard to organize your string lights. Simply cut slits along the side and wrap your lights in the slits. (This is my favorite because every year I get so frustrated untangling the lights.)
Weekends are great for making some fun pancake shapes or maybe some yummy crepes. 🍽
What’s not fun is how messy the prep can be or how hard it is to get the fun shapes. 🤔
Try pouring your mix into a kids disposable water bottle. The spout is great for making a precise shape and BONUS...you are reimagining your water bottle. A larger water bottle is great for storing your mix in the refrigerator for easy/quick morning access.
Check out my attempt at making Mickey Mouse pancakes. 🥞😋
4 Fun bath-time ideas | easy & inexpensive:
1) Frozen Animals (Melt for surprise discovery in the bath) You’ll need •Small toys that can fit in an •ice tray or silicone muffin tray
2) Shaving Cream Painting. You’ll need •Inexpensive shaving cream (or steal from dad!) •Paint brushes any size •Old bowls
3) Plastic cup fun. You’ll need some •Plastic disposable cups •A needle •Some sharp scissors
4) Make it rain! You’ll need •Colanders from your kitchen •Imaginative minds
Do you have any little book lovers in your house? 📕📗📘
And maybe you are like me and live in a tiny space? 🏢
Check out the IKEA photo ledges for a space saving book hack.
I found that these ledges come in two sizes, and we went with the shorter length (5.99€). Story time is a big hit in our house and I noticed a need for a new storage plan. I would love to buy a large bookcase but sadly we just don’t have the space. The picture ledges are a great budget-friendly alternative to a free standing bookcase. Easy to install and holds a good amount of children’s books.
4 easy hacks around the house
1.Sharpening blunt scissors Use household tinfoil to sharpen your scissors
2.Lemons in dishwasher will remove all food smells & oily residue after washes
3.Sticky scissors when cutting tape wipe the scissors with baby wipe then cut tape easily
4.soap dispenser tie an elastic band around the neck of the bottle below the nozzle, to restrict the pump - kids will then dispense less soap!
4 Plastic Bottle Hacks
1.Umbrella Holder for your house or car- Cut off top of tall plastic bottle, then cut two holes, and attach a string or twine.
2.Fun green lantern nightlight- Attach a head lamp or any LED light to bottom of large colored bottle. Add glitter for extra fun.
3. Colored pencil holder- Cut small, outer top section. Add colored pencils or any craft supplies. Great for hanging multiple on a pole to create a craft station.
4.Bag sealer- Cut top of any plastic bottle and then feed bag through the top. Seal the top with the cap of the bottle. Works best on plastic bags.
Do you have any spare travel toothbrush holders laying around?
Good, you're in luck!!
POp your kids fork and/or spoon inside, throw in your bag & enjoy your day without getting your things dirty!