Welcome Pinners and friends! If you've tried something from one of your pinboards this week and blogged about it, you can link up your post at the bottom of this one. I really love to see what you come up with and how you interpret your pins.
Ok, so you probably saw the title of this one and was like, "What??" but I can explain. I thought I'd take a break from doing sewing things since I have been on that track for weeks and thought you might like to see something else. I wasn't quite in the mood or prepared to do any new cooking, so I hit up my generic Things To Try board, which houses all the stuff I think is a great idea but don't have a specific board for it. Case in point:
The description said, "Cereal dispenser trash can. Such a good idea." And it is! Let me explain further: my husband's job has him in the car a lot. Said job also required collecting business cards, sticky name tags, and, apparently, colds from people he meets and places he goes, so he often has things like Kleenex to throw away, and because he is a man and therefore handbag-less, he has no place to stash such things. Now, he could just put a trash bag on the floor in the car, but that's just as sloppy looking, and hanging one over the seat is a good idea, except it's always behind you. Not good. This one (from Better Homes and Gardens, how can you go wrong?) suggests using one of those plastic cereal keepers lined with a small bag to use to hold garbage, and they put it on the floor under the passenger-side dash. We had one of those cereal holders in our pantry closet doing nothing, so I thought it was about time to put it to use, since I pinned the idea months ago.
It works great! We've had it in there for just under a week. It's kind of wedged up under the dash, so it doesn't tip over, and the flap opening is just large enough for most on-the-go trash, but keeps it closed and secure. A very easy solution to a silly problem.
So how about you? How were your pinning experiments this week? Link up below or leave a comment! And remember- same time next week! I had a lot of fun trying this one out and may stick to the sewing board for a little while.
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