A recent attempt at making space in my cabinets also left my vase collection bare. Thanks to generous neighbors and my romantic husband, I suddenly had loads of fresh flowers and nothing to put them in. So, I looked around the house for something that would suit my mini calla lilies temporarily, and I think I've found the perfect alternative in a common household item: a toothbrush holder! Not only did this in-a-pinch solution keep my blooms happy, I'm a big fan of how it separates the stems to give a nearly perfectly arranged bouquet. Next time I've got a bunch of smallish flowers, I might even skip the vase altogether and just use my toothbrush holder.
When it's time to take baby home from the hospital, don't leave your postpartum bag of supplies behind! Not only do the medical items inside come in handy for obvious reasons, but they have alternate uses that most new mamas probably won't dream up until they are in a pinch. Check out our tips and put your stash to good use.
If you're wondering which birdcage is best for your parakeet, you can ask PetSugar. As for me, when it comes to birds, I'd prefer not to have a squawking animal in my home, but I do love birdcages used as décor. There are plenty of ways you can use birdcages to liven up your home without being mommy to a feathered friend. Check out these alternative uses for birdcages!