DIY paint palette
Decant paint into the separate sections of an ice cube tray. You can use the empty sections for mixing colours, too. Take painting outside on a sunny day with these
easy-to-make outdoor chalk paints.
An easy-access and orderly way to sort your cosmetics – especially eye-shadows. Use an ice lolly mould for cosmetics like brushes, pencils and mascaras. Save money and know exactly what's in your wash bag by creating these
DIY beauty products. Aloe vera ice cubes for soothing skin
Squeeze aloe vera gel into an ice cube tray and freeze. When your skin needs soothing, pop an aloe vera cube out, leave to melt a little (to avoid freezer burn), then gently run it over the skin. It’s a fuss-free way to
stay cool on a hot summer’s day Colourful ice cubes for summer drinks
See how to make colourful ice cubes and fruity ice cubes to jazz up summer drinks and cocktails.
Store leftover herbs
Freeze any leftover herbs with olive oil or butter in an ice cube tray. Ideal for when you’re cooking in a hurry.
Keep paperclips, pinboard pins, elastic bands, washi tape and other bits of stationery altogether on your desk.
Keep earrings in pairs and other pieces of jewellery separated by organising them into the compartments of an ice cube tray. Discover how to organise a messy drawer with these
DIY cardboard box dividers.
Buttons, beads, thimbles and cotton thread can fit perfectly in the sections of an ice cube tray. Put your tidy kit to work with this easy
how to revamp an old shirt hack. mp an old shirt
Store nails and screws
Be ready for any DIY job with this smart way to store nails, bolts, washers and more.
See more storage tips and tricks