So its a trunk? So its a bench? So its a bed? I found this design online and thought it was so very creative. I don’t have the plans for it to build – if anyone does send it along and I will upload it to this post. I dont know about you but this is really neat!
So you are at a party and find yourself looking at glasses on the table and wondering which one is yours? Nope – not going to do it. I’ll just get another one. This leaves the host with lots of extra glasses to clean and sometimes makes it hard on other guests as the glasses are all used up! Heres a simple solution – use a variation of colors and thicknesses of rubber bands to make glasses identifiable. Problem solved!
We used one of those thick rubber bands that bind broccoli together to place around the lid of this jar – and any jar that gives us a problem unscrewing. It gives your hands something to help get a good grip and allow you to open it.
Who knew rubber bands could be so helpful – but here we are again with a rubber band fix. Place a rubber band around paint can as shown in the picture and use it to scrap off excess paint when you are painting. Simple solution! No more excess dribbles on the outside of the can and everywhere else if your painting aftermath looks like mine!
We can hang our clothe up all nice and neat and get that great feeling like we have accomplished a miracle – sort. Then when we come back to our closet and search for just the right thing – we find clothes are falling off the hanger. So much for all of the hard work and accomplishments right? Rubber band to the rescue – place one at the ends of both sides of clothes hanger and this problem is not longer.
So many times we need to screw a screw tighter but we do not have the right size screwdriver to tighten the screw or the screw has become stripped. Using a rubber band between the screwdriver and the screw can make this burden solved for both cases.