Monday, January 30, 2012

EAD Designs Blog Hop!

Good Morning everyone!
It is Monday and time for another
EAD Designs Blog Hop!
~this is my last one as a Guest Designer....next week will be my first as a new DT Member and we welcome February's Guest Designer Lauren!!

Now you should be coming from the very talented
Amy...... wasn't her project awesome?!?!?

For my project today I have a very simple home storage/DIY idea using the
Chalk-it Tags

If you are like me and the thousands of Pinterest followers out there
We are pinning away new ideas for just about everything....home decor, crafts, recipes and the list goes on and on.

Well I came across this DIY dishwasher soap recipe and thought I would give it a try.
You can find the original post here

But the recipe is so simple....
2 cups of Borax
2 cups of Baking Soda
4 small packets of sugar free lemonade Kool-Aid
and
White Vinegar

I gave it a try and let me tell you we will never go back to store bought dish washing detergent!!
My dishes are super clean and my glasses sparkle!
So of course I needed a container to put my new detergent in....
I found this glass jar at Walmart for under $4.00
And since I LOVE it so much....
EAD Designs Chalk-It Tags were the PERFECT
label for my jar!!!

Now I know my jar is not all fancy and such but it sits under my cabinet and we are the only ones who see it.....
But if I happen to leave it out...
Doesn't it look awesome with that Label??????

So I think you should all go pick some up....
They are this weeks
Sassy Steals over at
there is no excuse..it's a steal and they come with 18 different tags!
Think of all the labeling you could do...LOL!!


Now hop along over to the very talented
but make sure to leave comments along the way (we love the love)
but especially over at EAD Designs to enter to win some yummy EAD Designs
goodies of your own!

Thanks for stopping by!





13 comments:

  1. Chalk it tags- so cool- I have never heard of these before!! TFS! Fun project :)Amy

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  2. I made the homemade laundry detergent just a few weeks ago but haven't tried the dishwasher one yet, thanks for the thumbs up on it now I'll have to try it too. Your jar could be left out, it's cute!

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  3. Great idea.

    Be blessed, BEckie

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  4. Love it! I make my own laundry detergent too and that would be perfect for the container!

    TFS!

    Jenny

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  5. TFS on the dish washing soap recipe....
    Seems very interesting....

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  6. What a great idea!!


    DIANA L.
    http://dianamlarson.blogspot.com/

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  7. I LOVE IT! It's just my style! I am going to try this!! I love pinterest - so much fun!
    Great job Jessica!
    Enjoy your evening!
    Shelly

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  8. Great idea. I have so may unlabelled jars and containers. this is a fun way to label

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  9. such a great idea! love those labels :)

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  10. Great idea!
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  11. What a great idea! Maybe if I label a whole bunch of containers, my girls will tidy up after themselves...

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