Four divided trays, painted orange, become a layered jewelry organizer. Two trays lie flat along the drawer bottom. The remaining two, joined with wood glue, form the top shelf; it is elevated by strips of 1-inch square molding affixed to the inner sides of the drawer.
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Soothe an insect bite or numb a mild burn without freezing your fingertips by using ice frozen in a film canister. Wash canister with soap and water beforehand, fill with water (allowing room for its expansion), cover, and freeze. To use, run cool water over the canister, then uncap, and gently squeeze to loosen the ice.
SourceMartha Stewart Kids, Volume 4 2002
From the moment you wake up, your day is filled with decisions. Shampoo, toothpaste, lotion, and the clothes that touch your skin -- everything you choose can make a difference. Here's the information you need to make choices that will get you through the day in the most healthy way.
SourceHealthy Home 2008, Spring 2008
After decades of weeding, wading, and planting, we dig these work shoes the most.
From top: breathable waterproof boots, sturdy clogs with removable foot beds, and all-purpose boots for cold weather. To protect hands, nothing beats Mud's nonslip, machine-washable gloves.
SourceMartha Stewart Living, April 2010
Pour boiling water on weeds growing between pavers of a pathway. Keep the kettle close to the ground to avoid splashing yourself -- or any nearby plants you want to keep.
SourceMartha Stewart Living, March 2009
A corkboard is handy for posting reminders, but it's often difficult to find a suitable spot for one on the wall. Instead, cut one to fit inside a door or a cabinet panel. Measure the dimensions of the space. With a straightedge and a box cutter, trim a piece of sheet cork (available in many hues at home-supply stores) to those dimensions. Affix cork to surface with nails.
SourceMartha Stewart Living, February 2008
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