Heat a spoon under hot tap water and press it onto the spot. The heat will destroy the protein that caused the reaction and the itching will stop. But what if I have 7 mosquito bites at ONCE? I can't hold that many spoons!
DIY: wine cork candles - Finish your wine and collect corks. Then soak them in a capped mason jar filled with acetone alcohol for a week. Light them up and enjoy making the easiest candle there ever could be.
From Real Simple's New Uses for Old Things: Use Rubber Bands to Keep Clothes on the Hanger. No more worries of camisoles, sundresses, and other slippery garments slipping off hangers when you wrap the ends with rubber bands.
Paper Bow Template for some super easy gift wrapper crafting, or you could use this same template on some ribbon and make bows to go on ornaments to give to your big or little! Make out of ribbon for a little girls bow.
Make your own lunchbox icepacks from dollar store sponges soaked in water and put in ziplock bag. When they thaw, the sponge absorbs the water. I completely forgot about this handy trick! After lunch take squeeze the sponge and wash up hands and face!
DIY money book it has 50 one dollar bills in it that are hot glued on one end and can be torn out just like a notepad. It was pretty simple and fun to make and was a big hit.I got the idea from the book, "A Gift for Giving" by Donna Lang