I’ve been eyeing this pin, I found on Pinterest forever ago, in hopes of someday figuring out a way how to reuse and repurpose all those used candle jars that had minuscule amounts of wax left at the bottom. Finally, I gave this post a read and realized it is stupid easy to do and doesn’t require anything other than boiled water! So, let me walk you through what I experienced as I was following this pin’s instructions…
I want to talk to you guys about something important and a bit serious. I am not really the philosophical type at all. I am more of a black and white kind of person, who is either happy or not. But lately I must admit, I’ve been in a limbo.
When I first saw this pin, I thought to myself “OMG! If this really works, I am going to wee, wee all the way home .” I almost held my breath, no joke. The pin blew up in popularity with almost 300 re-pins within 24 hours. I knew at that point, it was my duty to investigate this supposed magical solution. And since I always have lemons and water stained bathroom faucets in my house, it was an easy task to handle.
Sewing the curtain
We’ve been living in rental properties for years now. And every time we move, my husband reminds me how I shouldn’t be making any holes in the walls or purchasing expensive customized items. So far, we’ve only had one bathroom that required a shower curtain and we used the one we got as a wedding gift. Now, we have a rental with an extra bathroom and I really needed a curtain. I didn’t want to buy one because cheaper ones are usually not what I want and the one I want is usually way out of my price range. So, I set out to make one for the amount of money I would pay for a cheap one at Target, around $20.
I’ve been seeing shirts with lace back insert pop up here and there for a while now. But, I could never bring myself to pay $30-$60 for something that looked like a basic shirt with a small lace insert, especially since I could easily do this myself. So I decided to do it and do it under $10.