Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Quick and Easy #Tips for Baby Formula Scoops

If you have a baby, like I do, then you have formula cans in your home. I like to reuse things after I have used them. What I'm talking about is the little scoop in the cans.



I like to re-purpose these for different things such as:



1.  I use the scoop in my can of coffee. I pour the coffee into the coffee pot with it. Quick and easy with no mess.







2. I use the scoop in my sugar container. Since it is small its just the perfect size to fit and leave inside. Quick and easy super simple to use.




3. The scoop can be used in powder detergent as well. Quick and easy for no detergent (liquid or powder) on your hands. 


4. Give them to your child's teacher. They come in handy for painting projects and more. 



There are so many uses for these little scoops. The next time you go to throw it out, STOP think what you need to use a small spoon for and use this instead.  It takes up less space than a spoon. You can leave the little scoop inside and wash your spoons less often. If you have any tips that you would like to share leave me a comment on my blog, Facebook or Twitter.
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14 comments:

  1. Hi! Stopping by from MBC. Great blog!
    Have a nice day!

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  2. I love to re-purpose things rather than clog the landfill. We have less items that can be recycled up here in Alaska compared to when we lived in Maryland. So, I'm forever trying to find new uses for things.

    Thanks for linking up to the Wednesday Curious Hop.

    Laura O in AK
    daybydayinourworld.com

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  3. New follower; stopping by from Three P's In A Pod! LOVE your blog; hope you'll follow me back at http://herlittlemister.blogspot.com/!

    Best,
    Kate :)

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  4. Hi! I'm your newest follower and would love it if you could follow me back :)

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  5. Never thought about that - I used to just pitch them with the cans, my son is now 6 so no need for Formula, but if we ever have another one, I will remember this for the future! :)

    Stopping by from Blog Hops Everyday! :) I'm your newest follower, I hope you can return the favor!

    www.higginshappenings.com

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  6. new follower

    I used those little scoops for the same things you are currently using them for.

    http://dayswiththe6pack.blogspot.com

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  7. Hi! New follower from Bloggy Moms Blog Hop! :-)

    I use the scoops for my older kids' chocolate milk mix. :-)

    Feel free to check out my blog at http://smartcentsreview.blogspot.com/

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  8. With my babies all grown I miss the scoops from the formula! They are so useful for so many things! Hopping along tonight...Join my blog hop @ Parga's Junkyard!

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  9. So true!
    I'm a new follower and I'm liking you on FB!
    suchakingdom.blogspot.com

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  10. Excellent tips. I could use so much more! :0)

    Thank you for stopping by and linking up. I am following you back.

    Vickie
    http://victoriasvoice44.blogspot.com

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  11. New follower via GFC.
    found you through super stalker sunday
    would love a follow back if you don't already :)

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  12. Hi,

    New follower from the blog hop please come follow me back :)
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  13. Love to find new uses for things I already have!

    I'm awarding you the Versatile Blogger Award! For more info, please visit http://momsbestnest.blogspot.com.

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  14. re-using is so good for the environment and it saves you money too. thanks for bringing this to light! i re-use pasta jars too. dried beans, chocolate chips and spices look great in them and keep better.

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