Good evening everyone
I’ve done very little baking this holiday season except for Christmas cookies.
My husband mentioned he would like some pie. There were still 6 Homemade crusts in the freezer made around Thanksgiving. So I thawed out 2 and used the last 2 cans of cherry pie filling in the pantry and baked 1 cherry pie.
I’m so glad I baked it on a foil covered cookie sheet. That bubbled over juice would of been a mess in the bottom of the oven.
Below are AFTER photos of the laundry room clean up.
All the cabinets were wiped down with wood cleaner and the appliances got spray cleaner and Majic Eraser as needed.
The clothespins were just loose in the black chicken rack on the wall. I had a few extra mugs so I filled them with clothespins and 3 of them just fit on that little shelf.
We have an assortment of lightbulbs, once I removed them from their packages, they all fit in one basket.
I laid down the spray cans which makes them easy to see what’s there and they are held in place with a heavy bag of craft rocks.
Baskets of candles for emergencies
Brown paper sacks and jigsaw puzzles
Cleaning rags and clothes hangers
This cabinet got some much needed new shelf paper
And so did the drawer-
I bought the Zote soap quite awhile ago. I don’t like homemade laundry detergent so I’m not sure what I’ll do it with it.
The other side for the laundry room- the clothespin bag on the wall is used as a trash can, I put a plastic store bag inside and put dryer lint, etc in there. There is no room on the floor for a regular trash can as this laundry room is narrow and a pass through from our garage into the rest of our home.
And that’s our laundry room, all 15 or so square feet of it. It’s not big but I’m very thankful to have it ❤️
It’s so cold here! Ducky needed a sweater so I sewed up a super quick and simple one with a fleece scrap. It’s just a tube, one seam on the underside that I finished off flat, and 2 slits for his front legs. The bag end is rounded off so it doesn’t get in his way when he’s doing his business.