Spring is already here. Now is the time to get your home and garden in order, ready for the warmer and brighter weather. Here’s a look at the top three home and garden tips for spring without spending more than $10.
Up-cycle Your Tin Cans for Home Use
Don’t throw out the tin cans just yet! Wash them out in time for the spring and get some paint to spruce them up. You can use any leftover paint you have in the house or just buy a cheap bottle of spray paint to make your tin cans look professional and beautiful. They work as pen holders, receipt holders, charger holders, and so much more.
You can also put holes in the bottom and turn them into small pots for your plants in the garden! You’ll be surprised at how versatile old tin cans can be!
Get a Folder for Your Coupons
Whether you collect coupons for JCPenny, Walmart, Michaels, or even Yankee Candle, you need somewhere to collect them. Many people grab a shoebox and throw them all in. Instead, get a folder with some plastic wallets.
Spend some time organizing your wallets in store order. Put all the coupons that expire first at the front of each store-section and go through them each week to clear out expired ones. The couples you want to use that week are best on the fridge with a magnet, so you remember!
Use Wicker Baskets for the Toiletries and Gardening Tools
Grab a couple of wicker baskets for your home. They look smart and keep all toiletries and gardening tools out of reach. Put them on top of bathroom shelves, in cupboards, or even in the shed for easy access.
You don’t need to spend a fortune in the spring. This is the time for home and garden organization and these top tips will allow you to spend less than $10 and keep your home in order.