At Make-Do Mondays, we discuss how we’re simplifying, downsizing, repurposing, buying used, and using what we’ve got.It’s a carnival you can visit to celebrate creative problem-solving, contentment, patience and ingenuity. If you want to participate, you can share your own make-do solution in the comments or write up a Make-Do Mondays post at your blog, then return here to link via Mr. Linky.Here’s a mini-tutorial on Mr. Linky:
Click on the icon and a separate page will pop up. Type in your blog name and paste in the url of your new Make-Do Mondays post. Click enter and it should be live. If it doesn’t work, just include the link in the comments.To visit people’s posts, click on Mr. Linky and when the page comes up, click on a name. You should be taken right to the page that they provided. If I have time, I come back and update the post by hand.
Make-Do Mondays Participants
- sunnydaytodaymama (storage in a small space)
- My Practically Perfect Life (Hanging Kitchen Tools on Wall)
- Mother Letter Project (A Villagers Story–How Cooperatives Make Do)
- Ship Full O’ Pirates (Make-Do Planters)
- Runningamuck (Quilts!)
- Like Mother, Like Daughter (Granola Bar Hack)
Make-Do Mondays with AnnI was in a planning meeting on Friday, and I’d forgotten my notebook. So I used an envelope to make notes.Someone offered me some notebook paper, but I said, “No thanks. I have the other side!”Melissa (Hi, Melissa!) leaned over and whispered, “I think you should snap a picture of this for Make-Do Mondays.”So I did.