Jenna from Rain on a Tin Roof confesses that the last time she bought paint at Home Depot, she may--or may not--have exceeded her quota of free paint stirring sticks. But they were for a good cause! She needed them for a Christmas project.
"This is truly a roadkill rescue!" Candace from Vintage News Junkie says with excitement. "I found not one, but two real
Christmas trees on the side of the interstate! Yes, the interstate! The whole time we were loading up the trees, I couldn't help but think, 'Beckie is gonna love this!'"
Over at R&R Workshop, Rachel had 3 cooling racks in her cupboard that were supposed to be stackable, but she really only used one. She explains, "One day while thinking what I could use them for, I thought they would be perfect to display our Christmas cards from friends & family!"
Decorating a fireplace mantel for various seasons and holidays can be a lot of fun. But not every home has a mantel--especially if you are living in an apartment. Krista from The Happy Housie came up with an excellent solution to this problem, using the top half of an old hutch that she found.
Like I said earlier today, Roadkill Rescue is not a recipe sharing site! But....since my American readers have refrigerators full of Thanksgiving leftovers, I think we'll make an exception today. I'm sharing delicious ideas for using up all that extra food so it won't go to waste. (Check out the brownies made from cranberry sauce here if you haven't already seen them.) Next up is this idea for using up leftover turkey from Tracey's Culinary Adventures.
I've been careful not to share recipes here at Roadkill Rescue, since--ahem--the name of this blog does start with the word "roadkill". The kind of roadkill we're dealing with here are the objects no one wants that get transformed into something desirable and useful. BUT, there's a first time for everything, and since my American readers probably have a lot of leftover food in their refrigerators this morning, I thought it would be fun to share some ideas today for using up those Thanksgiving leftovers today. First up: cranberry sauce.
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