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With warm weather on the way there are two things that are guaranteed to happen in the Newman house. Number one, we will be on the go more frequently. With the construction process on a new home starting and two little girls who are ready to get out and explore, we will be going, going, going all spring and summer. Which brings me to item number two, staying hydrated. Keeping my family hydrated while we’re on the go is more important now than ever.
Today I want to share how we are prepared to combat thirst during this busy, on the go season.
My first tip is buying Nestlé® Pure Life® Water at your local Sam’s Club.
When I buy bottled water, buying in bulk is always the best way to go. Right now shoppers are getting 5 more bottles for the same price as the 35 pack! Nestlé Pure Life is filtered through a 12-step quality process to ensure a great taste that the whole family approves of. We also love their simple light weight packaging too. Nestlé Pure Life is available in select Sam’s Club stores, ask your Club Manager about getting Nestlé Pure Life Water in your store if it’s unavailable.Check out Nestlé Pure Life water at Sam's Club 40 bottles for the price of 35! #ad #PureLife40pk Click To Tweet
With our bottled water stash replenished, all I needed was a light weight and comfortable way to keep my spring & summer essentials with me while I am on the go.
A t-shirt tote bag is a simple way to up-cycle old t-shirts or thrift store find and can be done in a matter of minutes following these simple directions.
#1. Cut the sleeves off. The easiest way to do this is to follow right along the natural line.
#2. Cut the the along the neck line. You can once again follow the natural line or make yours more oval . I like to use a bowl and washable marker to help and add small curved lines to make it more oval like.
#3. Decide how deep you want your bag to be and create a guide line across the bottom of the shirt.
#4. Make your cuts. Cut straight lines up to the guide line every .75-1″ apart. You don’t have to be precise, eyeballing it is fine.
#5. Go along the bottom of the bag once tying all of the fringes together snuggly. Be careful to match them exactly. When you are done you may notice that there are gaps, we’ll take care of this in the final step.
#6. This steps sounds confusing but isn’t to bad. Take three knots and find the middle knot. Tie one middle strand with one strand from the knot on the left and tie the other middlestrand with one strand from the knot on the right. Continue this process all the way across the bag. Once you are done you can turn the bag inside out, or leave the fringe on the outside, and you are finished!
Notes: The thicker the t-shirt, the sturdier the bag will be. To create knotted shoulder straps simply cut tie. If using a designed t-shirt consider if you want the fringe on the inside or the outside while tying the bottom together.Sharing how to #upcycle a t-shirt into a tote bag in 10 minutes! #ad #DIY #PureLife40pk Click To Tweet