In this Photoshop tutorial, learn how to make a circle, dotted circle, and half circle. I cover live shapes, shape properties, and even masking! Free Illustrator ...
Tips No. 100. Let dust be your guide!Do you have troubles organizing the bathroom’s limited space? Do you really need that comb with missing teeth? What about that fraying toothbrush? Realistically, your bathroom is an activity-intensive room. Accessing shower gel, soap, shampoo or conditioner can be annoying when they aren’t stored at your fingertips.First of all, take a black plastic garbage bag and throw away broken items, valueless products, empty bottles, and so on. Even half-used products. If you haven't used that lotion for six months or the past year, you probably never will. Here is a simple trick – dust can be your guide. It means, any product with a dusty coating goes to the trash right now!Next, use a box that is designated as “donate box” for surplus products that are still useful. The whole process will take less than 15 minutes. Declutter your bathroom once and for all!
Tips No. 288. Quick and clever idea – pegboard.Pegboard is an ideal contrivance for storing kids’ crafts supplies. Paint the pegboard and hang it above kids’ desk. Just make sure it is low enough for your little ones to reach. Kids will be inspired because they will have everything visible and accessible.
Tips No. 341. Organize your stain removal kit.How many stain removers do you really need? Get rid of unwanted product and organize cute stain removal kit. Corral all stain removers in one basket. You can also use a rimmed tray. A Lazy Susan works well, too. It is important to keep your stain removal kit in an easy-to-access spot.Then, put the basket or the tray under the sink. Now everything is well organized and easily accessible. Done!