In Part 1, we showed you how to recycle the things your baby has outgrown.
Here are more suggestions:
Old bath towels à dish cloths
Repurpose your baby’s old bath towels into dish cloths. The baby towel’s hood or the triangular fold makes it ideal for wiping large items such as dishware, pots and pans.
Formula dispenser à condiment storage
Does it seem that your fridge is always full of nearly empty bottles and jars of dressing, jam or mayo? Do you often complain that your fridge isn’t big enough?
Your baby’s old formula dispenser might just be the unexpected solution! Use it to store small amounts of condiments, any food item and even leftovers. And because they are stackable, they occupy less fridge space.
Baby food jars à multipurpose organizer
Empty baby food jars could be used for a multitude of things.
Use them in the kitchen for storing salt, pepper, herbs and spices.
In the office, they can be used to hold paper clips, thumb tacks and staple wire.
These little jars are also ideal to organize beads, buttons and sequins.
In the bathroom not only can they be used to store Q-tips, cotton balls and salt scrubs, you may also use them simply to hold votive candles.
Irene is a crafter, DIY-er and a blogger. She does most of her crafts and projects between her private practice as an orthodontist and dentistry professor. She is also a wife, a mom and a self confessed Martha Stewart wannabe. Get to know more about her on her blog, homeeconanay.blogspot.com