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von Good Housekeeping

13 Ways to Wrangle All Your Holiday Gift Wrapping Supplies

Gift-wrapping is a lot easier with an area that keeps everything you need within arm's reach. Use an umbrella stand, a basket or a tall kitchen garbage can to store paper upright next to your station. Employ a paper towel holder or wall rack to keep rolls of ribbon neat and ready to (un)roll. And spring for a weighted tape dispenser. It allows you to easily tear tape one-handed so you won't have to let go of that perfect fold. It also works as a paperweight to keep gift wrap from curling as…

von My Frugal Adventures

How to Remove Sticker Residue from Clothing

How to remove sticker residue from clothing... even those stickers that have gone through the wash! Squeeze Dawn Dish Soap on sticky residue, let sit 10 - 15 minutes, use a butter knife or credit card to gently scrape away all the gummy stuff. If there's any remaining residue, heat up your iron (regular, curling iron, flat iron) & put a paper towel in between the shirt and iron for 2 seconds and scratch off with your fingernail. Launder as usual.

How to create gorgeous "no heat" curls using paper towels! | SF Globe

Preschool Crafts for Kids*: fall. Soak sugar cone in water about 2o secs, then wrap tip in warm wet paper towel. Microwave about 20 aecs, then curl tip and let harden overnight.

How To Beauty : "No-Heat" Paper Towel Curls #hair_curling


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von Luxy Hair

Heatless Paper Towel Waves Tutorial

Beautiful Heatless Waves using no heat - only paper towel! In this fun tutorial by @mimiikonn, we show you how to achieve effortless beachy waves <3 Mimi is wearing her Ombre Blonde #LuxyHairExtensions for volume and length.


Curling your hair using paper towels! So need to try this!!!