Baking molds are often uselessly cluttering our drawers. Why don’t you make use of them doing something else?
#1 Spatula mat
A plate or saucer will take much more space. Isn’t it a perfect solution for a dirty spatula or spoon while you are cooking?
#2 Packing snack
It is a must for anyone who has a few things in their lunchbox
#3 No more flies in your drinks!
Just don’t forget to make a hole for the straw
You can employ your children to make some for you. A very cheap and easy birthday decoration.
#5 Keep your car clean
Put the molds into the coffee holders. Whenever you get some breadcrumbs or other stuff there, just take out them molds and shake it all out.
#6 Paper flowers
If you are into DIY and your child has just realized that there is a homework assignment due tomorrow, make some colorful flowers. It just calls for a bit of effort and a couple of minutes.
#7 Clean hands
Melting ice-cream is no longer a threat. A good idea for those taking their time and enjoying every single ice-cream moment.
#8 A fanciful lamp
Paper molds and glue. Such a lamp will be a great décor of your living room.
#9 What about a creative frame?
DIY gifts are always appreciated, winning the heart of the new owner.
#10 A wrapping accessory
Speaking of presents, you can’t forget to wrap them well, possibly finishing it with a ribbon. If you have forgotten to buy one, make it yourself with paper molds.
#11 Cookie plates
Put a few cakes into one mold and forget the crumbs all over.
#12 Use them to make dishwasher tablets
DIY dishwasher tablets or bath salt call for molds, too. The muffin ones are just cut out for it!